Category: People

People
Kath Cashion

My first month at Cogent

Hello, I’m Kath – the latest member of Cogent’s product team. Starting a new job in the middle of Melbourne’s COVID-19 lockdown was a fairly weird experience, but before I even started I knew the company values and they really resonated with me.

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Company
Mark Wells

What’s it like to work at Cogent?

It’s the most obvious question for anyone to ask who’s considering working anywhere, but finding objective data is generally not possible. That’s why we’ve decided to publish our most recent and historical Culture Amp Engagement survey results right here so any potential employee can deep dive themselves and figure out what’s it like to work at Cogent.

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People
Cogent

Cogent Crew: Meet Samantha

This month Mary spoke to Samantha about what it’s like to go through the Cogent on boarding process remotely, their dreams of becoming a lock keeper on a French canal and how a tweet helped land them at Cogent.

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People
Cogent

Cogent Crew: Meet Anwesha

Welcome to the latest edition of the Cogent Crew series, where every month we’re inviting you to get to know a little more about the people at Cogent.
This month Mary spoke to Anwesha about starting a new job during the pandemic, how her PhD research has helped cochlear implant patients to hear more clearly, and her new duties as a mum to fur baby Maddox.

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People
Cogent

Cogent Crew: Meet Dan

Welcome to the latest edition of the Cogent Crew series, where every month we’re inviting you to get to know a little more about the people at Cogent.
This month Alex spoke to Dan about his 13-year stint at Cogent, how he balances remote work from his home in Queensland and his thoughts on training as a Pilates teacher.

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People
Cogent

Cogent Crew: Meet Erin

Welcome to the latest edition of the Cogent Crew series, where every month we’re inviting you to get to know a little more about the people at Cogent.

This month Corrie spoke to Erin about starting a brand new job in the first week of the pandemic, knitting as a way to stay focused and completing 24-hour long bike races over the weekend.

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