Symphony Solutions Poland LLC continues its work on employer branding in Poland. On January 24, a company’s representative will present Symphony Solutions at the Employer’s Day at the University of IT Technology and Management in Rzeszów, Poland.
The Employer’s Day is the official meeting with university graduates which is run as part of the IT Career Day. It is a great chance to meet new people and share information about Symphony Solutions and its job opportunities in Poland.
Lukasz Delikat, Employee Relationship Coordinator at Symphony Solutions Poland LLC said:
“Our presentation will also include valuable information about motivation, the importance of employer branding and setting the right career goals. We encourage everyone interested in IT to come and talk to us”.
As you might remember, the Polish office of Symphony Solutions was opened in May, 2015 in Rzeszow. Since then, the company has grown and on December 1, 2016 moved its new office in Rzeszow.
Symphony Solutions Employer Branding continues… On November 26 Symphony Solutions became a Golden partner at Kariera IT in Rzeszow, Poland.
Łukasz Delikat, Employee Relationship Coordinator at Symphony Solutions Poland LLC presented the company and announced the new office in Rzeszow that is to be opened on 1st December 2016. Visitors got acquainted with the recruitment process, benefits and technologies we use at Symphony Solutions and what kind of specialists we are currently looking for.
The event gathered IT specialists of all levels and programming fields. Symphony Solutions’s stand greeted Java developers .NET, developers, Front-end developers, QA specialists and many others.
On December 3 Symphony Solutions became a Partner in a similar event Careercon 2016 in Krakow, Poland. Symphony Solutions was represented by Marcin Krzeminski, Team Leader and Łukasz Delikat, Employee Relationship Coordinator.
So now, when 2016 is nearly over, the word about Symphony Solutions has spread around Rzeszow, Lublin, and Krakow area.
Stay with us in 2017! More to come!
On December 3-4 Symphony Solutions hosted a charity hackathon, KindHack. The event gathered more than 20 people who were dedicated to developing social-mattered IT-products for local environmental NGOs.
Hackathon started with the presentation from NGOs representatives who explained their aims and objectives. Three NGOs assigned to take part in hackathon: NGO Umka with carbon footprint project, NGO Eko Lviv, whose website provides information about recycling waste, and NGO Better Story, which planned to create an online catalog of homeless dogs hosted and sustained by volunteers.
Participants were able to choose the project they were willing to help. According to this, they divided into three teams. Luckily, each team had a Front-End and a Back-End developer, and a designer.
And the work started…
Participants were so passionate and involved, that even with the night coming almost everybody stayed with their teams and continue coding, discussing and looking for the best solution to implement. Many people spent the whole night in Symphony’s office, fueling minds and bodies with liters of coffee and energy drinks.
On Sunday’s evening, tired, but inspired, all teams presented a product that is ready to be tested on local hosts and go live.
It was impossible to choose a winner because everybody did their best. So, participants agreed to rely on the random luck. Seven lucky lottery winners got power banks from hackathon’s main technical sponsor Neo Service. All participants got certificates that confirm their participation in the hackathon and some small prizes. In fact, the most rewarding part of the event was the ability to make this world a better place to live, at least for somebody, at least in some way.
As Liliana Tymoshenko, one of the NGOs representatives, stated:
“We are really amazed at hackathon’s results. It has exceeded our expectations. Our project, Dogbook was developed by developers and designer. Among them were two students, who did a wonderful job in coding Back-end with Python. I think that in this particular case enthusiasm means much more than years of experience. We are amazed how many people with truly kind hearts joined KindHack”.