How was your first day at StarLeaf?

There was a lot to take in on the infrastructure side. Clive (Junior Software Engineer) kept an eye on me for the first few days and then I gradually moved to work under the guidance of Tim (mentor and Senior Engineer).

Is there anything that has surprised you since working with us?

It all still seems too good to be true!

What are the three main benefits of working for StarLeaf?

  • Flexible working hours.
  • Atmosphere, friendliness, asking questions isn’t a problem (crucially, it doesn’t feel like it’s a problem).
  • Generous freebies – snacks, kick off week, R&D meetup, weekly team lunch.

Would you refer a friend to work here? If so, why?

Yes. The company culture at StarLeaf is great, the work is interesting and it feels like employees are treated seriously here.

If you had a friend interviewing with StarLeaf and could give them one piece of advice, what would it be?

To think of the interview as a discussion rather than a test. Don’t be afraid to verbalise what you’re thinking. (Probably applies everywhere, but I remember feeling like I had just come out of a tutoring/supervisory session rather than a gruelling interview.)

What aspects of your role are you passionate about and why?

There’s lots to learn. I love having the chance to slowly accumulate knowledge and be responsible for specific, specialized parts of the system. It’s just generally fun.

David Robertson

Glassdoor Trust Bar

An extremely good company with very high benefits and perfectly committed to its employees with a great company culture

Mark Richer, StarLeaf CEO