Company culture is one of the most important topics for us at Paycer. The more uplifting and positive atmosphere we have in the company, the more enjoyable it will be for the whole team to be productive and to achieve milestones as fast as possible.
Leaders of an organization play a vital role in creating a nice employee experience and to form the culture of the company. Weak or negative connections between the team members will cause disconnection and it will slow down the development of the team. We try our best not to have a very flat hierarchy in Paycer and to make the working atmosphere like a family with the same goals and visions.
We have a hybrid work system at Paycer; which means there is a mixture of in-office, on the go and remote working hours. Hybrid work increases productivity, employee satisfaction and mental health; however, it might decrease the chances to network and socialize within the team and get to know each other better. That’s why we take part in a team building activity once a month to strengthen the bonds among the team.
Team events will bring the individuals closer. The work experience will become more personalized and when the team gets back to work, they will be more creative and will feel better about teamwork. When you know about the weaknesses, strengths, and interests of your colleagues you will understand them better. The more you understand them, the better you will cooperate in group activities.
Every single person in a team has something special to offer and these team building activities will help to identify these unique characteristics which can be extremely helpful in future task distributions.
Paycer’s team event took place at La Cocina Cooking school in Hamburg, Germany. We cooked different international recipes under the guidance of a chef and the prepared food was served later by the team. It was a great chance for the whole team to catch up, have some fun, strengthen the bonds and to celebrate the so far achieved milestones of the Paycer roadmap.
Paycer’s goal is to aggregate DeFi investments multi-chain and make them available to users without the need for their own wallet nor the expertise. This should allow anyone to generate a passive income in a world where banks no longer pay interest. Hence the Paycer team is developing a bridge protocol for DeFi and TradFi to combine the best of both worlds and make it available for retail clients #CeDeFi. Apart from the technical matters and the creation of a super easy to use final product. The goal is also to create a regulatory framework that allows the legal operation of a DeFi platform within the EU first and subsequently in other regions.
Currently, a DeFi platform is already available on paycer.finance on which Paycer tokens PCR can be claimed and staked. More features will go live soon. At the moment on Polygon but other blockchains will be integrated in the near future. Paycer is also working on a banking partnership to be able to combine DeFi with a traditional bank account. In addition to the development of the DeFi platform, the development of the final consumer product is also in progress.
Be sure to follow Paycer on social media for all the latest updates on product development. We have further exciting announcements to share very soon.