Learning at work

New employees at Behavox are sent a box of books a week before they start.

During onboarding, you’re shown a list of books recommended by other employees in the company and how to access copies.

You’ll even occasionally catch people reading at their desks.

Yes, we all love hiring smart people. But what are we doing to also show that we care deeply about the intellectual progression and development of those employees once they’re hired?

“Never stop learning” is a core value at a lot of organizations. But is it promoted? Valued? Appreciated?