StarTech.com is rapidly growing and wants you to be part of the team.
The London-born company isn’t a startup—it was founded in 1985 by Paul Seed and Ken Kalopsis who met at Western University—but these days it’s certainly acting like one: the Canadian tech firm has doubled its employee base in the last two years.
This global company champions a healthy workplace, encouraging employees to have fun (“have fun” is in fact in their core statement). StarTech.com also cultivates a culture of philanthropy, encouraging staff to give back to the community.
Of course, it’s difficult to have fun or feel philanthropic if you hate your job. That’s why StarTech.com offers a slew of perks for its workers, including an onsite, subsidized café that features a lounge with books, videogames, and chairs you could live in. There’s also an outdoor patio to enjoy London’s beautiful summers—and, more important, free coffee.
StarTech.com’s efforts to create an environment where employees actually want to work has paid dividends. The company is one of Canada’s “50 Best Managed Companies” and has been named one of Canada’s “Best Small and Medium Employers” five years in a row. StarTech.com has earned accolades for its rapid growth as well, securing a spot on Profit’s list of the 500 fastest-growing Canadian companies.
See what StarTech.com has to offer during Tech Fest London on October 28, a unique hiring fair that will also boast booths from Big Viking Games, Inner Geek, and more. At Tech Fest there will be drinks and good food as you meet the CEOs, hiring managers, and executive teams of the presenting companies. Each company will have a creative exhibit area set up; this time around the recruiting event will feature a photo booth, an ice cream stand, massages, and plinko.