Our People team is dedicated towards supporting our team members’ development, engagement, and motivation.
We believe in being proactive, rather than reactive; where a traditional HR department would hire a replacement when an employee leaves, we reduce turnover by making Codification a great place to work.
Our people are radically truthful, radically transparent, and deeply committed to our mission. We encourage everyone to speak up and make their voices heard, rather than just follow instructions.
We don’t let loyalty to individuals stand in the way of truth and the well-being of the organisation.
A phrase from the North East of England, meaning those who fail to ask for something, probably won’t succeed in obtaining it.
We bring problems and disagreements to the surface and solve them well. Codification is an idea of meritocracy where openness is a responsibility; you not only have the privilege to speak up but you are obliged to do so.
It is okay to make mistakes, but failing to learn from them is not. In our culture, we don’t feel bad about our errors or those of others, and we don’t worry about looking good—we are more focused on achieving our goals.
We focus on “accurate” and “inaccurate” over “blame” and “credit” and we teach and reinforce the merits of mistake-based learning.