High School Students at Humu: The Highlights
Posted by Mariana Orocio on August 22, 2019 in
Meet Noe, Ariana, and Juan (pictured above diving into books by Humu authors)! At Humu, our mission is to make work better for everyone, everywhere. Which is why, earlier this summer, we welcomed high school students Noe, Juan, and Ariana for a three-week internship at our Mountain View HQ. The goal of the internship was […]
8 Books to Make the Most of Your Beach Time
Posted by Liz Fosslien on July 30, 2019 in
As major book enthusiasts, we consider summer to be reading season. And while we’re admittedly big fans of juicy tell-alls and spellbinding fiction, we get equally excited about diving into books about how to make work better. Yes, we’re passionate about our mission even when we’re lying out at the beach, fruity drink in hand. […]
Office Rituals and Creating Culture: 4 Habits That Make Humu Humu
Posted by Liz Fosslien on July 25, 2019 in
Habits and organizational norms helped the manufacturer Alcoa become one of the safest—and most profitable—companies in the world. In the late 1980’s, after a fatal accident killed a plant manager, Alcoa’s CEO sent a note to everyone at the organization. In it, he encouraged employees to be vocal about how to improve safety—and to call […]
What’s New with Humu—June 2019 Edition
Posted by Liz Fosslien on June 11, 2019 in
Three scientifically-backed ways to make remote work… work. Plus, everything that's happening at Humu this month.
Privacy at Humu: Vulnerabilities, Breaches, and Notifications
Posted by Lea Kissner on June 3, 2019 in
At Humu, we want to build a world where people are treated with humanity, respect, and consideration. That’s why, as a company, we’ve made a commitment to doing what’s right, whether by sharing insights from our research teams or by volunteering in our communities. Because to truly make work better, it takes a village.
What’s New with Humu—May 2019 Edition
Posted by Liz Fosslien on May 14, 2019 in
What should you do when you’re stressed at work, but have little control over the underlying stressor? Our team is familiar with the normal ups and downs that occur at a rapidly growing startup. It helps that we’re an incredibly supportive group, but we also successfully navigate it all by practicing emotion regulation—science speak for […]
Humu Turns Two: To Celebrate Your Culture, Let the Team Take Over
Posted by Liz Fosslien on May 7, 2019 in
On May 1st, a momentous thing happened… Humu turned two! To celebrate how far Humu has come—as a company, as a product, and as a team—we took to the Santa Cruz mountains for a day of cooking, collaborating, and competing. Even better, the whole event was self-planned.
What’s New with Humu—April 2019 Edition
Posted by Liz Fosslien on April 9, 2019 in
While 24/7 happiness isn’t possible, here are five tiny tweaks to increase the positive emotions you experience, help you feel more passionate about your job, and feel a sense of belonging at work.
On the ‘Muve: Our new office
Posted by Liz Fosslien on April 5, 2019 in
We moved! To show you our new space—and the thought that went into designing it—we asked the team to share their favorite things about our new digs.
Why Happiness Wins
Posted by Tom Skiba PhD on March 15, 2019 in
At Humu, the thing we get asked about the most—by our partners, new hires, and the occasional person on the street—is happiness.
Inside Humu: Recruiting a Workforce to Reflect our World
Posted by Joy Ekuta on January 30, 2019 in
To make work better, buzzwords aren’t enough. A primer on how we've designed recruiting at Humu to bust bias—and an invitation to join us.
What’s New with Humu—January 2019 Edition
Posted by Meghan Casserly on January 15, 2019 in
We’re more than doubling the team at Humu this year, and moving to a (much!) bigger office to continue our efforts to make work better. That means hiring the best and the brightest from all walks of life.
Inside Humu: 12 Ways We Celebrate Culture at Humu
Posted by Meghan Casserly on December 12, 2018 in
Customs we celebrate year-round to keep the Humu work culture bright.