“Asana’s culture centers on assigning responsibility to the person in the best position to take it, and then empowering that person to do the job well.”
“There is a genuine sense that people (and management) care at Asana. We openly talk about how we’re feeling about work, what could be improved, etc. I don’t feel afraid to say that I need help or that I need time off to take care of myself. We’re encouraged to have balanced lives, take care of ourselves (physically and mentally), and have an open, supportive workplace.”
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