We have great people and a good working environment. We strive to ensure that our employees feel good working at ADM. All of our employees fill out a Q12 method based satisfaction survey twice a year. Our satisfaction index is over 4 out of 5. And above all, your team leader and your team are always there to support you. In ADM, you can grow as much as you wish to. We are here to help you with planning your growth and to provide you with options for trainings.
We are also a part of the Startup Incubator Elevator, which is the perfect platform for you to use if you wish to launch your own startup or be a part of an interesting project. Every month, we organize Big Fridays during which we have already learned how to invest, manage our time, debate, and we have also done charity work by developing solutions for those who do not have the means and/or knowledge required for it.
We are located in Kultuurikatel alongside other top-tier agencies such as Age McCann, D/V/S/ON and others. Our beautiful offices offer a view to the sea as well as the Old Town. To support the mental growth of ADM’s members, we have a coach as well as a psychologist, and to support their physical health, we organize office workouts, provide support for working out, offer massages and fruit in the office. Additionally, we have spontaneous table football and table tennis tournaments and other fun get-togethers.
How do our people describe working in ADM?
Märt: “As a software developer, I am always trying to gain more knowledge and then trying to incorporate that into my work. I’m not the kind of person who’s here to work with just what I already know. Luckily, in ADM, I don’t have to be that person. The company is open to new ideas and solutions. My colleagues are friendly and helpful and true specialists in their fields. Personally, what I appreciate most here are the opportunities for self-improvement and the flexibility that’s offered.”
Ain: “Working as a developer at ADM, I feel that I am being valued as a person, not just as a developer in one strictly defined role. Since I get to do work that I like, I can grow both professionally and personally. This is made possible by the diverse and challenging projects, the interesting workshops and events, and of course, the strong and experienced team I get to work with.”
Mirko: “As a project manager, my job is to bring the client’s solutions to life. To do that, I also have to guide and organise the whole process of how the solution gets made, which is a process that typically begins with the analysis and assessment of the project, and ends with the installation of the solution in the client’s production environment. In my role as a project manager, I value being precise and keeping to the work processes that have been set up whilst still maintaining a bit of humour, so as to keep the work from getting too serious. If you come at it from a different angle, then project managers are also analysts. The analytical side of me likes to first find the puzzle that needs solving in every task and then work on finding the best solution for that puzzle. All of this means that a day at ADM is always different, and every day brings something new with it.”