Our mission is help companies run better by building great performance management software. We make it easy for companies to manage their goals, 1:1s, and performance reviews.
We make performance management richer and more relevant by surfacing the data we have in Lattice to individuals during the performance review. This way they can refer back to their accomplishments from their goals, the feedback they've gotten from their peers, and the remarks they've made in their previous 1:1s.
Engineering Manager New York or San Francisco
Software Engineer New York or San Francisco
Software Engineer (New York) New York
UI Engineer (New York) New York
Software Engineer Remote Remote
We’re growing extremely quickly, hitting all of our financial targets for the last 2 years. We also have a negative net retention rate, meaning customers are staying and growing with us.
We have great investors and are extremely well capitalized with investments from Thrive Capital, Slack Fund, Khosla Ventures, Marc Benioff, and Alexis Ohanian.
We dogfood our own product and are extremely focused on employee happiness, engagement, and growth.
Our team works off of two week sprints. The sprints ends with a retrospective where we discuss learnings that will help us in the future. We then estimate the cards we want to accomplish the next week. Once the sprint starts the only recurring meeting is a daily standup.
We try to make sure developers are always working in at least of group of two. That way no one is off in a corner struggling by themselves. Pairing is encouraged, but not required. Often developers will pair to kick off a project, then spit up to work on their individual parts.
We use Github for our code reviews. If a PR passes CI, and gets at least one other developer to code review the change it can be merged directly to master. We practice continuous delivery, so all master commits are automatically deployed to production. We deploy 10-20 times a day.
1) We're a small team where you'll be challenged with a lot of responsibility. We expect you to do more than just code - you'll be thinking about product design, talking to our customers and putting together a plan for launching new features.
2) Our challenges are focused on product design. We have a lot of different stakeholders using our product - individual contributors, managers, CEOs and executive teams. Every single level of the company interacts with our product. We need to find a way to balance all their differing needs and make our product useful for all of them.
Building out a new analytics dashboard to that admins and executives at a company can better understand their company's performance and if its trending in the right direction
Create a self service and onboarding flow so that we can unlock businesses at the lower end of the market that currently aren't profitable to deploy a sales team against
Be on the team building out a brand new product for us to upsell to our existing users. This would require working with the designers and PM to figure out what is possible for the beta launch and what resources we well need to take the product to market
At Lattice, we have a more adult culture compared to a lot of startups in the Valley. We don’t have a ton of the traditional startups perks — there is no foosball or ping pong tables. Instead, we’re a place of focused work. People get in around 9am and take off around 6:30pm, but while we’re here, we take our work seriously and do a good job.
That being said, the people that work at Lattice are all very friendly. Many Latticians hangout outside of work and get a drink every once in a while.
Finally, because of the nature of Lattice we're much more internally focused compared to other startups. While other startups care a lot about their competitors, shipping a good product, having revenue grow a lot, etc. We care a lot more about the people that work at Lattice, our values, and our culture. It's not that we don't care about those other things (we do a lot), but we also commit a lot of our time to these internally facing aspects.
Every year, the entire team goes on a company offsite. When we were just 6 people we all when to Nicaragua for 2 weeks. This year at 30 people, we went to Mexico for 4 days. The running joke is that next year we’ll go to Chuck E Cheeses for an afternoon.
We also encourage teams to do their own offsite or dinners on a quarterly cadence, things like a weekend at Tahoe or a dinner at House of Prime Rib.
We're located at 1st and Market in SF on the FiDi side. We're on the top floor with lots of natural light and exposed brick. Very startup.
We offer $5,000 relocation bonus to move to SF.
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