Standard (YC S17) Is Hiring Rust/Go Engineers, SREs, and MLEs

Standard (YC S17) Is Hiring Rust/Go Engineers, SREs, and MLEs

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The Standard Way

As a company, we have high standards of ethics and inclusion, and we take our values seriously. Whether thinking about our product, refining our communication, or defining our future, we lean on our values to keep us on the right path.

We’re setting the new standard for the retail shopping experience. And because we’re paving the way, we must dare to think about product like no one else has before. Leave no stone unturned, challenge assumptions, and reach high. The end goal? Reclaim humanity’s most precious resource: time.

We exist to create opportunities for equity in retail. More than just purveyors of AI, we’re leveling the playing field so all retailers can compete across the global industry. Equity begins inside our company, with how we build our team and design our technology, and extends outward to the store owners and customers who enjoy our product. With every decision we make, we ask, “How will this be of service to our community?

To achieve a mission as ambitious as ours, we need all hands on deck. Every aspect of our work can be enhanced through collaboration—both within and across teams. We seek to create a safe environment where every voice is heard and valued. While we passionately advocate for what we think is best, we hold even our most precious ideas with a loose grip, letting them go when they don’t serve our organization and customers.

We strive to be more method than madness. We’re all for using proven processes when they enable us to innovate faster, but as leaders in a new industry, we often must improvise when we reach uncharted territory. As a future-focused company, we plan for our long-term vision instead of settling for quick fixes. Ultimately, our solutions are only as good as our customers say they are.

Hard conversations are essential to growth, and if we want to reach our goals quickly, we need to embrace them. It’s okay to disagree as long as it’s done with empathy: withhold judgment, listen to understand, and respond with kindness. Remember that everyone you interact with has a unique perspective to offer.

We can’t devise solutions if we don’t know there’s a problem. Beyond honesty, transparency means disclosing pertinent information, even if no one has asked for it. Before moving forward on a decision, we consider who it will affect and ask for their input. By being proactive, we bring issues to light before they have a chance to become full-blown problems.

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