In celebration of International Women’s Day 2021 and the theme #choosetochallenge, we had a chat with Priyanka Dave, the second longest serving PaperCutter, about her journey from fresh graduate to the “first lady” of PaperCut.
For Black History Month, every day this month a different Portland PaperCutter has shared a story highlighting a Black STEM superstar.
To tie a bow on our celebrations of black excellence we had a chat with our own STEM superstar.
Meet Andy, the newest member of our Portland Support Team.
In my day job as a People Experience Lead at PaperCut, I am fortunate to enjoy a great diversity of responsibilities and tasks.
Something I have never done before, though, is be a part of a product creation process. Since I work in a product company I figured the opportunity to do so was one I shouldn’t miss…
I know what you’re thinking: Who on Earth would dare write a review of 2020, this garbage excuse for a year?
That’s actually where I want to kick this off…
This year wasn’t all bad – I made a list of PaperCut’s achievements to prove it!
We’ve been engineering print management solutions for 20 years and counting.
Both our founders still work at the company. That startup energy is part of our lifeblood as a business.
What’s so special about the way we build stuff? I spoke to a handful of folks much brainier than I to find out the answer.
We were selected as a finalist in the Internal Talent Awards 2020 for Excellence in Diversity & Inclusion (DNI).
Even cooler news, our very own Laura Paton, Talent Manager & People Operations Lead from our People Experience team, was named as a finalist for Talent Leader of the Year.
We’re pretty chuffed and let us tell you why…
PaperCut recently launched a new initiative – Women Better Together, a place for women to connect, learn, amplify, and support each other.
Essentially, it’s an ongoing conversation where PaperCut women have the opportunity to connect and build each other up.
It all started with something as ordinary as that – just talking.
2020 was supposed to be just another year of Swinburne University Professional Placements.
It’s tricky enough balancing full-time placement and study, but add a pandemic on top of that? Yeesh.
Despite the obvious pangs for office life, PaperCutter interns have had their expectations met and then some.
Earlier this year, PaperCut started supporting Carbon Positive Australia, a charitable fund that plants native trees on degraded land in Australia.
We caught up with PaperCutter Jess Graves and she told us how one little yoga mat led to a big idea and a special initiative close to the hearts of all PaperCutters.
To celebrate Ada Lovelace Day I thought I’d take the opportunity to write about another underrated woman of STEM, Pandrosion of Alexandria.
As far as we know Pandrosion developed a technique to calculate approximate, but numerically accurate, cube roots using a three dimensional geometric technique.
When I started as an RMIT intern at PaperCut I never would have guessed my tiny studio apartment would also be my workplace.
But for a long time just finding an internship as an international student was a fulltime job in itself.
Despite the pandemic, I’m actually learning more than what I expected when coming to PaperCut.
There’s no single way to explore a career at PaperCut. We adopt a ‘choose your own adventure’ approach.
Meet Jeremy Hooi. He’s a PaperCut veteran who was recently promoted to the role of senior product manager.
He’ll be your guide for this tale…
The mental wellbeing of our PaperCutters is vital to us. So we wanted to just say thanks.
To that end, we offered everyone across the company a “Wellness Day” throughout July and August.
A day for PaperCutters to take out of the business and focus on what’s important to them.