Blexr has done away with the traditional notion of a job. We don’t recruit CVs, we team up with individuals who are at the top of their game and know there’s even more for them to learn and to give. The way we’ve unlocked that potential we thought was out of reach was by surrounding ourselves with the most ambitious people in the industry, with heroes who will push us when we need it and join our path to the top as we climb.
You know the 80/20 rule. 20% of the people do 80% of the work. Well, we refuse to be ruled. We’re a team that’s all made up of the 20%. We leave the 80% of slackers to find jobs while we get together and have a blast, fueled by the desire to excel.
If you’re one of the 20% you know it. Your job is annoying and you know there’s a place out there that’s designed by people like you, for people like you. Well, this is it. We thrive on each other’s knowledge, experience and expertise within an environment that’s open and generous with its collective learning.
The road we take is not solitary. It is one that needs regular encounters with other talented individuals who are ready to share their mistakes and their learning. And while we’re at it, we do the same to others. All Blexrians know that they’ve gained more personal and professional growth here than anywhere else they’ve worked. Or studied.
You know the ‘work hard, play hard’ adage. That’s written by people who hate what they do and need to make up for it somehow. Everyone here is deeply committed to, and respectful towards everyone else so we can do what it is we love doing without feeling like we’re working hard. If you know the reward that excellence brings with it, you’ve just stumbled across the Lost Ark. Without having to contend with snakes. Indy hates snakes.
“I remember my first day at Blexr. It was refreshing then, seeing that I was immersed within a culture that got me and that I could relate to. It’s just as refreshing today, four years into my career here, boldly splitting infinitives that have not been split before and having people around me who know what I’m on about. Most of the time.” - Tony Baitson - Senior Webmaster.