Welcome on board,
Let's help you getting started with the
onboarding process
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Here's how your first day looks like:

 
First day only: Arrival at the office at 11AM.

We ask you to be on time specially for the on-boarding process on the first day. On the second and consecutive days, you don't need to arrive at 11am :)
 
We will welcome you and show you the office, help you deal with the necessary paperwork and provide you with your own entrance access code; then guide you through and introduce you to the whole team.

(we know we're quite a few, but we won't expect from you to memorize all our names right off the bat and by the way, you'll have an office buddy to help you with more practical things)
 
The time has come to spend some quality time getting to know us.

You'll be receiving a training during the first two days so you can learn all the basics regarding our product, our business and our customers.

When you're all set and ready, you'll be landing in your own team so you can start getting familiar with your tasks.
 
By the end of the onboarding training you'll also receive an overview of Typeform and its story (Strategy and Vision + UX culture) plus a presentation of the teams by their Heads.

But PLEASE ask us whatever you want to know, anytime! :)
 
Would you like to read a reminder of our perks and benefits?

     
 
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Working hours: very flexible (and half-days on Friday)

We're pretty flexible here and you are your own tiny project manager
 
24 vacation days per year

(23 + your birthday (paid day off) and the chance to take half days off)
 
We celebrate each colleague's birthday!

Coffee break, cake & candles and all, you'll see :)
 
Family lunches everyday!

Pst! They are free, you can choose between 2 and there is a veggie option...
 
Eco fruit boxes every Monday

Healthy way to start off the work week
 
We wear "pantuflas" within the office, instead of our street shoes (if you want to and feel comfortable that is!)

There are a few cute and funny ones and Typeform reimburses up to 20€. You'll be given more information on your first day.
 
Bi-weekly company meeting (Friday, 14:30)

with beers and crisps!
 
Gym near by the office + the possibility to get some discount

Check it out with some of our healthy typeformers!
 
Languages classes (Spanish and English) according to your level

 
Other things outside the office: cinema
(no, not our office cinema... yet)

http://www.yelmocines.es/

Really close by our HQ and they offer OV films.
 
We have a bonus system, where we give rewards in Typecoins shape (our very own virtual money) to colleagues

(it can be for team work, vision, innovation, problem-solving, etc). We are given 200TC each month (=20€) and we are able to redeem the received TC for things.
 
Referral program (help us find talent and you'll be rewarded)

We're talking money here!
 
Are you new in town?

     
 
New in Barcelona? Here are some tips about the neighbourhoods when looking for a flat:


Main areas in the central city:

-Example (derecha and izquierda) - biggest central neighbourhood, pretty safe and old style buildings. Example dret: fancier, more quiet and expensive than left eixample, younger environment. 
-Gracia - a lot of restaurants, boutiques and more local , young neighbourhood, crowded, expensive, noisy one week in August due to festival
-Poblenou (San Martí, Glories) - near the beach and close to new office:) Old fisherman area, expanding and growing, quiet, but not the rest of Sant Martí, this only applies to Poble nou. Perfect area if you like jogging, walking and biking on the beach. 
-Vila Olimpica - near the beach but in summer gets crowded It is very different from real Barcelona City, it does not have it’s spirit, lonely at nights except Hotel Arts surroundings. Poor commercial area.
-Poble Sec - central and cute. By the Montjuic mountain for nice walkings, museums, jogging, picnic areas. Really nice typical tapa’s restaurants, nice atmosphere at nights, full of terraces.  
-Sants and Les Corts - very local but a bit further away from the office, although all the city has pretty good connections anywhere and the city is small, so it won’t take you more than 30’.
-Barceloneta - most popular beach neighbourhood in Barcelona. Good location, you are just on the beach and close to the center but gets very crowded and touristic in the season time. Flats are usually old and small. 
-Gotico and El Borne - old town neighbourhood, very central and close to everything. However, they are very touristic and crowded, noisy and dark at night. Quite a lot of robberies happening there so it is not the best option if you are looking for something quite and safe. Building are very old so not easy to find a nice flat as well. 

 
Try to avoid:


-Raval - dangerous 
-Anywhere near La Rambla - very busy, noisy and dangerous


 
Finally, to put this into action and so you can get started with Typeform, we'd like you to play a bit with the platform and explore the different panels...
So if you don't have one, get a Typeform account and start playing!

...and be prepared for some more playing when you arrive!
Looking forward to your first day here at Typeform
(Should you have any questions, please drop me an email)

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