What it does: Hosts educational summer classes and camps in the San Francisco area
Consider this unique approach to interviewing: "When we hire employees, we use a group interview format where people do skits, sing songs, and act things out," says Galileo's CEO Glen Tripp. "We want to see their playfulness and see how they interact with others. It creates the expectation that we're a playful place." And it is—literally. Galileo Learning hosts fun summer classes for kids, so education and fun is an integral selling point for the company. Plus, it's great for the employee morale, says Tripp. "That's what keeps people going."
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