Discover Absolute Culture
The Absolute team is a collective of top level programmers, web developers, graphic artists, content creators, editors, marketers and video production specialists. Together, we forge compelling content and deliver it to our clients’ audiences using the latest in digital technology.
Though growing rapidly, Absolute still maintains a small company feel. We never forget that in our business, our staff truly is our major asset. We recruit the right staff, provide for professional development, and create working conditions under which our employees can succeed. At our European headquarters in Galati, Romania, almost everyone relaxes after work in our recreation center.
Activities include ping-pong tables, foosball, video games, karting, icecream breaks and movies. Topics range from the trivial to the technical, and whether the discussion is about computer games or encryption or the latest Web 2.0 software, it's not surprising to hear someone say, "I have been working on something similar." Absolute's emphasis on innovation and commitment to cost containment means each employee is a hands-on contributor. There's little in the way of corporate hierarchy and everyone wears several hats.
A person may be leading a database design team one week and doing magic tricks at a trade show in Germany the next. The President of European Operations is a licensed stock broker and served as a correspondent for the Associated Press during the Serbian Bosnian war. Because everyone realizes they are an equally important part of Absolute' success, no one hesitates to blast one of the presidents in a game of Quake, Mortal Kombat or paintball.
Absolute's hiring policy is aggressively non-discriminatory and favors ability over experience. The result is a staff that reflects the global clients that we serve. Several languages are spoken by Absolute staffers, including French, Italian, Russian, and German. We even have a coleague learnig Arabic. When not at work, our staff members pursue interests from Aikido to Gymnastics, from Street Racing (only when legal, of course) to Mountain Climbing, from Airsoft and Range Shooting to Folk Dancing, Beer Crafting and Football.