How We Work.

How To Be An Osano Team Member

You were hired because we believe you will be great at your job! We assume you know what you are doing. You won’t be hounded about details or constantly subject to check-ins on progress. As an employee at Osano, you are expected to perform at a high level.

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We have regular feedback cycles and care deeply about developing talent. We’ll be honest and upfront about whether you’re being effective, as well as areas for improvement. If we say you are doing great, it means you are doing great. No BS!

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This doesn’t mean we won’t pay attention to performance. Your performance will be judged in three ways:

  • Your interactions with the rest of the team.
  • Your interactions with the organization.
  • The performance of your duties based upon metrics and goals that we agree are important to your success.
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We are highly competitive and expect to win at everything we do. We don’t run around yelling and screaming, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t deeply passionate about the cause. We are running a marathon, not a sprint. But WE DO believe it is a race. You always need to work smart, and at times you’ll need to work hard and long, too.

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You don’t just work for Osano, you are part of Osano. You are expected to represent the company publicly and present the appropriate image. Customers, employees, vendors and the public will all associate your behaviors with the company.

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We all need to balance the concerns of our shareholders, employees, and customers and not only represent your personal view of your role.

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We expect you to disagree with your teammates sometimes! That’s okay, and even welcomed. Your opinions are one of the reasons why we hired you, and we want to hear them.

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It’s important that you get concerns off of your chest quickly. Resentments fester, and they create more resentments. If you have a problem or concern, please bring it up as soon as possible, and we will help to resolve the concern.

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The entire team is busy, but that’s not a reason to avoid engaging your manager when you need them. You are their number one responsibility, so talk to them whenever you feel it’s appropriate. You aren’t being annoying. Their job is to serve you.

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Okay, so: When should you engage your manager? Anytime your progress is impeded by another group and you cannot quickly resolve (meaning: within two emails and/or a conversation) the issue. That is their job as managers, to solve problems across the organization. You should feel safe to escalate quickly.

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It’s not productive to complain to subordinates or peers about other team members, how they do their jobs or any circumstances related to the company. There’s simply no room for negativity at our company, because we have outlined the steps you -- and we -- can take to resolve problems that arise. If you have a complaint, bring it to your manager.

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You should feel emboldened by a certain sense of autonomy here. That means: You don’t need to engage anyone if you’re making a decision within your area of responsibility. If you want someone’s opinion, it’s okay to ask for it, of course. But don’t feel the need to get approval within your scope. If you are unclear about the scope of your job, please discuss that with your manager.

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We expect you to work with us as long as it is in your best interest to do so; and it’s our job to always make it in your best interest! If you find something has changed since you were hired, and working for Osano no longer makes sense for you, please let us know. You don’t owe us your loyalty.

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We expect you to arrive on time for meetings with your manager, with peers, with customers, with vendors, and with any other party whom you are meeting with connected with your role here.

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You are expected and required to be sober, clear-headed, focused and alert during work hours.

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Remote working

During business hours, it’s important to be prompt with messages to teammates. While we have a flexible work-location policy, we don’t have a flexible work-hour policy. If you need an adjustment to these work hours on a regular basis due to time zone, family or personal reasons, please talk to your manager so we can work on a schedule that works for you.

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Each role has different tools at their disposal (morning check-ins, weekly progress updates, CRM, CMS, calendars, software tools). If there is a tool or process in place, we expect you to participate in that process and use that tool religiously, because we implemented it for a strategic reason. We strive for minimal process. If you think something can be done in a better way, please let us know. We love your ideas!

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What's New at Osano

Release 2021.6

This release includes language-translation updates to Russian, Chinese Hong Kong (zh-hk) and Chinese Taiwan (zh-tw). 

In addition, this release features enhancements to the Consent Manager experience for users with a right-to-left language.

Release 2021.2.3

This release includes language-translation updates to German, Romanian, Italian, Chinese Hong Kong (zh-hk) and Chinese Taiwan (zh-tw). 

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Consent Manager now available in 42 languages

Consent Manager has been updated to support auto-translations in Lithuanian, Latvian and Brazilian Portuguese.

We have also enhanced support for right-to-left languages. 

See a full list of supported languages here.

Griswold release

This release features improvements to Osano Consent Management features and search engine optimization metrics. Customers can now choose to turn First-Layer Categories on/off in cookie banners. Also, customers have the ability to toggle Legacy Browser support on/off to improve site performance. 

 

Consent Manager now available in 39 languages

Consent Manager has been updated to support auto-translations in Croatian and Icelandic. See a full list of supported languages here