I WILL MISS YOU ALL!
This experience of writing a goodbye note is SO much different from when I said goodbye to other companies. As clichéd as it may sound, you all are more than just colleagues to me. You've always given me the confidence and motivation to be better than what I am today, for laying your trust when I wanted to do something absolutely mindless and for always being there for me whenever some shit went down with a client
My personality has changed incredibly (for the good) ever since I joined Recruiterbox. I did not know or understand the concept of a flat hierarchy, working with folks from different time zones, faking an accent so my US/European clients would not think I'm blabbering some nonsense (yes, I had to do that a few times!), to making some of the best office memories I will carry with me (yeah yeah, I've never been in office bla bla bla )
This opportunity means a lot to me and I am not leaving with a heavy heart because Recruiterbox will always remain home!
I will come see you all whenever I'm in any part of US or Bangalore and PLEASE do come visit me in Dharamsala. I swear I'm no hippie and it's just a beautiful place!
Thank you again for giving me this wonderful opportunity and I wish you all the very best in everything you're going after!
Remember - Learning to question well is more important than questioning everything.
I love you all!
Ok damn, I feel extremely sad now.
Personal email - mailto:firstname.lastname@example.orgemail@example.com
Personal number - +91 8884797943
Do keep in touch!!
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Moments like these make me realize how fortunate and privileged I really am, to be working with some amazing people.
These are some emails from customers, responding to Nivedha’s note of her last day at Recruiterbox.
All the best, @nivedha. Thanks for everything and do stay in touch!
My First Bike Trip!
Couldn't wait to share this! Going around Himachal Pradesh with my parents on two bikes for 6 days. Will be covering about 300 miles at the end of it. Mountain riding is a totally different experience!
Heeeey guys, so I’m running a sub-camp at Metta Camp from April 15th to April 30th this year!
So every year the community here (Ghoomakad - (http://ghoomakad.com/)) conducts a camp where people from all over the country (and around the world) come here to learn interesting skills like unicycling, yoga, programming, mountain survival, music etc. This year we’re calling it the Metta Camp and I’m running a sub-camp called The Startup Kit where I’ll be helping out participants (most of them I anticipate to be from a tech background of som sort) learn things like basics of email communication, building a team, hiring tips for building your core team, client management and free tools to help organise the non-technical side of their product.
If you know anyone who’d be interested, please feel free to pass on the link!
PS Anyone can register through the link on my camp page and DO check out the other camps as well
Kudos to @nivedha for unlocking the Success Maestro level (it doesn’t really exist - I just made that up )
A customer of ours happens to be opening an office in India and he’s taking Nivedha’s advice on how to recruit for various functions in India. That’s a tremendous personal achievement, Niv. Goes to show how much our customers value your inputs. Keep up the great work!
Multiple things that come to mind:
Nailing our hiring for the Happiness Team - best ever turn around for any position we've ever hired for
The team structuring for developers seems to be working really good with super fast (big) feature implementations
Dino - by far my most favourite project we've all been contributing towards and watching our team use it to it's best advantage is really satisfying :)
Marketing efforts have been soaring since the last few months and I can't wait to see how this pans out.
Overall, we're a strong and smart team and I'm sure we're going to get our Spain trip soon ;)
I made it!!!
The internet speeds are insane here
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