The software company makes it easy to prioritize civic engagement, says Caroline Clark, a product marketing manager in the San Francisco office. Eight years ago, she started a nonprofit that provides cochlear implants to young people with hearing loss; she now spends an estimated 50 hours a year on that work. Clark often consults with Atlassian’s corporate foundation director on how to build and grow the organization. “He’s always challenging me to think about how I can have the biggest impact,” she says. Read the Great Place to Work review here.
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