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ADP

ADP Insights: Pride - LGBTQ Business Resource Group

By watching the video above, you can see how ADP's Business Resource Group (BRG), ADP Pride, enhances their culture by promoting a welcoming, affirming and inclusive environment for all associates.

Are you interested in learning more about what it's like to work at ADP?

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Mastercard

Inside Mastercard: Meet Charlotte

Charlotte is Vice President of Product Development and Innovation. Charlotte and the ACH Payments Team focus on the strategy, development and commercialization of new products, leveraging real time payments technology.

By watching the video above, you can hear Charlotte share what she enjoys about working at Mastercard as well as what has surprised her the most about working there.

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PromptWorks

"Talk Tuesday" At PromptWorks

Below is a post originally written by PowerToFly Partner PromptWorks, and published on November 27, 2018. Go to PromptWorks' page on PowerToFly to see their open positions and learn more.

At PromptWorks, we host 'Talk Tuesday,' where our employees give an informational talk at lunch every Tuesday. Topics range from new development tools to cinematography in old movies.

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Stripe

Stripe Stories: Fay Wu On Finding Mentors

Below is an article originally written by PowerToFly Partner Stripe, and published on December 7, 2018. Go to Stripe's page on PowerToFly to see their open positions and learn more.

I started at Stripe as a newly minted engineer two weeks after finishing university. When I was interviewing with tech companies, I kept asking myself what I wanted to work on (and was often asked this question). The "what" seemed like it was most important thing, but I quickly realized I had no idea what I wanted to work on. After spending a day with Stripes during my job interview, I realized that maybe the "who" — the people I would call my teammates — was more important than any one project. A year and a half at Stripe later, that still holds true.

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