Though Web.com has grown a LOT since it opened, we still maintain a small company feel, which means we like to work hard and play hard, too.
Our commitment to innovation depends on everyone owning responsibility to deliver exceptional products and customer service. This ownership also involves becoming an owner of the company as every employee of Web.com gets stock.
We offer a casual and comfortable work environment where you are encouraged to be yourself and excel. We believe in supporting our employees to achieve their best and if you have a high batting average, we will give you opportunities within the company to grow: that is our promise.
We feel that Web.com is a unique place to work. Give it a try and see why our employees stay so long!
Casual Working Environment
Like lots of other tech companies, Web.com offers a casual work environment so you can be comfortable while you work. This casual
atmosphere translates into the way we communicate with each other, too... you will see employees from all over the company talking with
executives because they want to make the company better. You will attend meetings where people from different teams passionately express differing opinions. Being casual means that you get to express who you are. We feel that's the kind of environment that generates loyalty and innovation. So far, we've been proven right.
At Web.com, teamwork is critical. We believe that teamwork is the key to efficiency and you will have to rely on team members to meet deadlines. After awhile, this will become a natural skill. . . reaching out to those around you and knowing that the job will get done. But we have discovered that it is not overly hard to meet critical deadlines when you are part of a strong team.
We always encourage our employees to go the extra mile because our business is serving small business customers. We are in business to help small businesses succeed . . . so when they need our help, we answer. We strive to deliver the best products and services that will help our customers stay in business . . . and employees at Web.com care about the work that they do every day. We feel it is important work . . . we care about the success and needs of our customers: that is why we are in business.