On March 8th, Authority Partners (AP) celebrated International Women’s Day, a global day celebrating women’s social, economic, cultural, and political achievements. AP ladies from around the world gathered online to mark this day and share thoughts around this year’s theme “Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world”.
This month we bring you story of Oscar Walker Tapia Merida, QA Engineer at Authority Partners, from Cochabamba, Bolivia. In his interview, Oscar shares what he finds most exciting about his country, what it feels like to be connected to the whole world through the AP global team, growth and development opportunities in AP offers, and tips for all interested in applying for a job at AP.
Evgeny’s passion for IT started when he was a kid and got his first computer. Since then, he decided to wake up every day to make our world a little better using his talents in the software development industry. Evgeny shared how he got interested in technology, his view on AP culture, integration spirit, recruitment process, the path to success in AP, his feeling behind his work, and tips for those planning to apply for a job at AP.
We love sharing views of our culture and our team’s stories worldwide. Dmytro shared what it is like to work at AP. He talked about freedom, flexibility and stability at work, attributes of the AP team, overcoming challenges together, equal opportunities, culture, and many more. He also shared an interesting story that happened recently.
Celebrating “400+ strong” – the milestone of topping 400 consultants worldwide, founders Maja and Erol Karabeg were talking about the path that led to what AP is today, global teams, social responsibility, and how they managed, together with their consultants, to make the whole world their playground, in this fast-growing industry.
Authority Partners is a global company with a multi-cultural team spread across five continents and 33 countries. There are many different ways to travel around the world, and for now, a regular traveling experience just won’t cut it. The impact of COVID-19, on the other hand, leaves us room for creativity, and this is something that the AP team certainly does not lack.