PlateRate is looking for equity/revenue share team members. If you're interested in applying (we're hiring largely for sales and development now) please email your resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
Create a compassionate and open-minded culture of continuous improvement that helps employees and our products improve from the best ideas everywhere in the company.
Everyone at PlateRate is expected not only to live these values but to reinforce them to all other PlateRate employees, including Garrett:
Integrity first, even before profitability.
We will thrive by putting our diners, food service establishments, and employees first creating win win win relationships between all.
Everyone should know what’s expected of them - if you don't, write down what you think should be expected of you, share with your manager, and come to consensus on your goals!
Everyone is heard, regardless of level, in decisions they can influence.
People should believe in what they’re working on, and know how it fits into the overall goals of the company. They initiate when action should be taken.
Ideas with the most business value are executed on.
Everyone can choose their own way of doing something… but with transparency… others can question it / debate it.
We should support our colleagues in their work by complimenting them on their successes as well as helping with their growth and development.
Everyone picks which issues they want to challenge carefully, courteously, and thoughtfully.
Be positive - Look for the bright side of any situation. But acknowledge negative possibilities and plan to prevent them from happening.
We should be constantly growing/learning.
Strive to be the best you can be.
Help others. If they can help you and do keep helping them. If you help those who can’t help you, you’re doing a good deed. Always ask for help when you're stuck.
Admit the difference between what you know and what you don’t, and what you’re good at and what you’re not.
Teach what you know and learn what you don’t. Do what you’re good at and let others do what they’re good at.
Cooperative learning is good too, when you recognize none of you have full knowledge of a subject. The best
results come from a balanced team.
Be open to having flaws (we all do), and thank people who constructively help us to improve.