Starting a new job is no walk in the park, especially with a pandemic currently affecting all our li
The tails.com community fund is a first for us. We’re kick-starting it with a tails.com donation of £25,000, which we know is modest, but it’s just the beginning for us. For now, it means we can work with smaller community projects and charities to help fast.
It wasn’t too long though before I got really frustrated with the structured learning at University. I loved Engineering for the creativity and Uni just wasn’t giving me the space.
Tails.com offers a fast-paced, challenging and collaborative environment. Teams are working on multiple projects, collaborating with others and constantly communicating on a plethora of platforms and channels. For some, starting at tails could be a little overwhelming.
I’m thrilled to share the news that tails.com is now LIVE for customers in Sweden, the Netherlands, Denmark, Belgium, Austria and Ireland. That’s around another 5.5 million dog owners who can experience the difference that tails.com’s tailored nutrition can make!
COVID-19 has brought many challenges to so many people and, currently, a fundamental shift to how everyone lives their lives. I’m so thankful for the purpose that tails.com gives me whilst we work on how to deliver what our customers and their hungry pups need in these times.
Starting at Tails was a life-changing moment for me. After spending about a year hopping from job to job after deciding to leave my Masters, getting a role in Customer Experience at Tails was a big relief.
The thought of starting a new job entirely remotely however, was still a little daunting. How would my day to day look as a new starter and of course, would I get to meet all the office dogs on a video conference?
With so much of our company culture based around a sense of fun and community, the notion of having most of the team work remotely was daunting. How would we continue to feel connected in this strange and unprecedented situation?
I’m writing this from sunny South Wales, in my mum and dad’s dining room having just come out of a