GrantTree is a unique place to work. I know, I know, everyone claims that, but few have anything tangible to sustain this kind of grand statement.

Open cultures are a fairly new thing (unless you’re a visionary pioneer like
Ricardo Semler), but we’ve somehow managed to get a number of really great “culture features” to work for us, so far, that we believe make this a great place to work.

Here are some, which might help you decide whether GrantTree is the kind
of place where you want to work:


Transparency is one of our core values, so all information is by default transparent: salaries, detailed accounts of the company, strategic discussions, etc. We make a very deliberate effort to hunt down secrets and expose them. The only things that are allowed to remain secret for long are personal issues (e.g. health, etc).

100% flexible

We operate a 100% flexible working policy. You don’t even need to come up with an excuse as to why you want to work from home, the simple desire to do so is enough. We trust that anyone we hire is there because they want to do a good job – whether or not their butt cheeks are connected to an office chair.


We treat people like adults, rather than infantilising them. A consequence of that, for example, is that the team is responsible for setting and evaluating their own pay.


We know that nothing is less fun than enforced, official fun time. Although we will naturally try to encourage each other to participate, nothing is ever mandatory. After all, you’re an adult, so if you don’t want to participate, you must have a good reason, right? No one will ever ask you to wear 37 pieces of flair here. Or even one.

All of this, and more,
makes GrantTree a rather
peculiar place to work

For some, the above will sound fascinating. For others, it’ll sound unintelligible and weird, and perhaps even undesirable. That’s ok. If you’re in the first category, you might consider applying for one of the open positions below – if you change your mind, then you know where to find us!