‘When anyone comes in, we spend a full week telling them about the company, regardless of level. You learn about the history of the company, the core values, why the core values matter, our annual goals, our three-year plan.’
Some might call it indoctrination, but one thing’s for sure: by the end of the first week, a new Warby Parker employee will feel highly valued and clear on the values.
Before day one, new employees are sent a digital company handbook and welcome pack. Those are the basics. Once you’ve started, Warby Parker’s aim is make every new starter a passionate steward of the brand’s identity – via live talks, social media videos bringing to life their customer service ethos, brand style guides, and even a copy of Jack Kerouac’s The Dharma Bums.
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