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ThoughtWorks Overview

Chicago, IL (US)
5001 to 10000 employees
1993
Company - Private
IT Services
$2 to $5 billion (HKD) per year
Every tech company has a humble beginnings story. Here’s ours: We started 25 years ago in a Chicago basement. Not long after that, we started working with a retail client who’s still with us today. A few years later we were pioneering Agile software ... Read more

Mission: Our mission is to better humanity through software and help drive the creation of a socially and economically just world. We bring together the most capable, driven and passionate people - we call them ‘ThoughtWorkers’ - to:

1. Run a ... Read more

Company Updates

  • COVID-19

    Maybe you can't replace what you had in person, but there is still valuable insight into how teams can continue to bond and connect in a fully remote environment.

  • COVID-19

    It's been months since the initial outbreak of COVID-19 in Wuhan. In a way, looking at ThoughtWorks China's actions are like looking into the future and our regions have taken China's leadership response as a blueprint of how to take a proactive, people-focused approach to keeping people safe.

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ThoughtWorks – Why Work With Us?


Our culture is very intentional. We hire for it, nurture it, check on it, and if something isn’t working, we fix it. Here’s what you’ll find in every ThoughtWorks office around the world:

  • We are intolerant of intolerance. Every day we ensure ThoughtWorks is a welcoming place for people across a spectrum of ability, age, appearance, ethnicity, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, and gender identity. It’s not lip service. We’re radically transparent about our hiring and training initiatives. For example, the Anita Borg Institute has named ThoughtWorks to their list of Top Companies for Women Technologists (in the United States), three years in a row (2016-2018), and many of our ThoughtWorkers speak and write openly about inclusivity.  
  • Building software is a social activity done by teams of brilliant and motivated people, not a mechanistic process. You’ll work on holistic, cross-functional teams focused on delivering business value early and greater business impact overall.  
  • We genuinely hire nice, honest, smart people. During the interview, you’ll find we focus more on aptitude, attitude, integrity,rather than whether or not you have the perfect CV.

Come by an office, meet us, and see it for yourself.

Tech for Social Good

As a global technology firm with social and economic justice at its very core, we are uniquely positioned to influence the impact of technology in the world.

"For me, social justice isn't just about doing work for good causes. It's also about looking at our core work and asking how it benefits society."  - Martin Fowler, Chief Scientist, ThoughtWorks

ThoughtWorks is active in many movements around the world, and is always looking for collaborators that share our values. if you want to work with us, please get in touch!  Some of our core initiatives include:

Our people often write about their experiences with and perspectives on social justice. You can read more on ourInsights Channel.






Make Your Mark

People come to ThoughtWorks for the thrill of solving complex problems and championing new ideas in technology. To work with purpose and drive outcomes that make a real difference in our industry, for our clients and society.

Here, you’ll work on teams that bring software, platform, data, design, and strategy experts together to change the way the world works for millions of people.

Programs and benefits may vary by region, but in general you can:

  • Attend that tech conference (we’ll reimburse you.)
  • Learn new programming languages.
  • Deliver a talk or workshop at our many meetups, conferences and events.
  • Spend a season as a trainer at ThoughtWorks University.
  • Nominate yourself for a Leadership Development Program.
  • Change course and pursue a different role.
  • Start a community event series.
  • Organize an interest group. Start a book club. Plan a camping trip.
  • Volunteer your time.
  • Write a blog post.
  • Write a book.

Every step of the way, we will support you and see that you have the resources you need to enrich your personal journey at ThoughtWorks.

What to Expect

You are free to learn and to change. You are welcome to be exactly who you are. Free to follow your curiosities and your passions. To voice your opinion on any platform you choose.  Free to challenge ideas, assumptions and solutions - no matter who they belong to (respectfully), and work collectively for the greater good. Free to recommend the right tech for the job without bias. And free to have fun doing it.

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ThoughtWorks Reviews

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    Positive Outlook
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    I have been working at ThoughtWorks full-time

    Pros

    1. TDD practice
    2. DDD practice
    3. Pair Programing culture
    4. Nice people

    Cons

    business travel a lot, and compensations & benefit are not competitive.

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ThoughtWorks Interviews

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    After a phone call from HR, I got a code homework. Then go to office to do pair programming, which is awesome. The culture interview was fun. You can ask anything to the interviewers, who are all very professional.

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ThoughtWorks Awards & Accolades

  • Top 20 Places for Women to Work in Brazil, Great Place to Work®, 2016
  • Atlanta’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For, National Association for Business Resources (NABR), 2016
  • 2016 Winner - Tech Diversity, Tech Diversity Awards, 2016
  • Employer of Choice for Gender Equality (Australia), WGEA/Employer of Choice for Gender Equality, 2016
  • Top Graduate Employer (Australia), Top Graduate Employer (Australian Association of Graduate Employers), 2016
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