Mark Rickmeier, CEO, on the importance of in-house lunch and chef
We want software to be the only thing you’re worried about. That’s why we offer high-quality healthcare at a low cost for the whole family — including up to $750 toward out-of-network mental healthcare costs.
Step away from the screen to enjoy a daily lunch with your coworkers, prepared in-house by our full-time chef. Vegetarian? Gluten-free? No problem. We’ve got you covered.
We offer competitive salaries and a 401(k) plan with a company match. We’ll also work to make sure you understand your money with lunch and learns to help you manage your finances.
At Table XI, you can set your own schedule. We offer flexible time off and the ability to work remotely or travel while supporting clients who value your skills and insights.
When you're at Table XI, we want you at your best. Take the time you need to get there with unlimited paid sick days and flexible paid vacation. New parents also get up to 12 weeks paid time off to recuperate and bond with their children.
Our lunch and learns and diversity and inclusion forums have covered everything from an X-Files approach to design, to thriving through loss, to React/Flux basics, to culinary skills for home cooks, to improving feedback — all driven by the creative minds on our team.
One year later, and I would say 60 percent of my time is spent building React Native apps.
Pete Brooks on his journey from apprentice to full-time developer
At Table XI, our product is our people. To deliver the best solutions, we need as many bright and diverse minds in the room as possible, and we need to be able to learn from them once they’re there. That’s why we’re working to create an environment that’s comfortable and inclusive for everyone.
Our diversity and inclusivity team is dedicated to helping us become more aware and responsive. Through surveys, speakers and conversations, we’re collecting the data we need to iterate on our own culture, so we can make this the workplace we want it to be.
We know the tech industry isn't always as welcoming as it should be. But we're happy to do the work of making it better, both at our company and in our community.
Most career development is focused on forms, assessments and what you can do for the company. And while we want to get great work out of you, we know that doesn't happen in a vacuum. That's why we created The Sticky Note Game to set goals for all aspects of your life — from the conferences you want to attend to the volunteering you want to do to the life events on the horizon to the new skills you want to practice.
We’ve donated over $1 million in work to make sure Chicago nonprofits and cultural institutions benefit from the same intuitive and efficient software we build for our partners.
We’ve volunteered with Code Platoon, Girl Develop It, Wounded Warriors, AlterConf, Block.io, Dev Bootcamp and more to teach what we know about software to others.
Mark Yoon, engineer, on his nimble retreat to the Pacific Northwest
Alicia Drucker, Director of Talent, on her first child
Quinn Stephens, developer, on relocating to Chile with his wife