We are looking forward to welcoming you to Agilytic. We hope you will have a great time with us!
👤 Contact people
During your onboarding preparation, you will be in contact with a few people, including
- Valérie (firstname.lastname@example.org), our head of HR. She will be your point of contact for all questions on contract or payroll.
- Agathe (email@example.com) is our executive assistant. Agathe helps us on any support task that can be done remotely (she’s working from France 🇫🇷).
- Of course, the entire team. You can find an up-to-date team list on our website.
🏢 Our offices
Our address is Cantersteen 47, 1000 Brussels
🗺️ Find us on Google maps: https://g.page/agilytic
🚉 The nearest train station is Brussels Central
🏢 The Agilytic offices are located on the “0+” floor of the building, in the Silversquare space.
💡 Quick heads-up
They are not official, but a widely adopted range is 9:00-18:00.
Some colleagues prefer starting earlier. If our clients are happy and you do excellent work, we are fine with you finding a good working rhythm.
Our value #1 is ownership. We trust you to do what’s best for the Agilytic project. We don’t have an official remote work policy, but we have guidelines.
- Be ready to work at the clients’ premises if required by them or the project demands it (rarely is this a full-time requirement)
- Work where you are the most productive: that can be from home or at the office where, for example, we ensure gigabit internet so connectivity should never be an issue.
- Keep in mind Agilytic is a collective project. You don’t join us to stay alone. You will learn a lot in the little day-to-day interactions with your colleagues. Other events are Agilytic traditions, and you are strongly encouraged to participate actively
- Social Thursdays: approximately one Thursday per month, starting at 6pm. Team presentations, then we go out for dinner.
- Knowledge sharing sessions: via Teams, colleagues share
Unless we explicitly say otherwise, we don’t expect you to prepare a lot before your first day. However, we are often asked on meaningful things new joiners can read before starting, so here are a few.
- The first and most important thing is our Playbook. It is a document written especially for you 🥰. It covers a lot of ground. Its most important chapter is about our values. It is super important that you understand them, but also that you apply them day to day in your decision making!
- A book we call our “unofficial methodology” is Big Data MBA. It is written for business stakeholders and does a fantastic job vulgarizing tech concepts, while ensuring the priority remains the value we deliver to our clients.
In the playbook, you will find our values chapter. It is still the most important chapter, as it is intended to guide your decision making.
We use tools. Many tools. At first it might feel overwhelming, but you’ll get used to them sooner than you think. Here is an overview of the basics if you’d like to get ready.
We use Office suite and Outlook for our e-mails/calendars.
- Don’t underestimate simple things such as using shared calendars and booking meetings with colleagues.
Notion is our knowledge management tool. Any definitive documentation on projects, tech and office life is in notion.
ClickUp is our project management tool. Anything that’s action-related belongs here.
Getting Started Guide
Impeccable organization is at the heart of project management. We strongly feel that solid structure is lacking in many other project management platforms, which is why we created the ClickUp Hierarchy. ClickUp's structure can provide a bit of a learning curve, but once you gain familiarity with its structure, you'll be able to delegate and organize on an entirely new level.
The other ones, you’ll learn along the way…