One early morning at a Chile's restaurant, manager Brittney Wilganowski was finishing up a long shift in her office. At the time, in 2011, she assumed she'd spend her career in restaurants.
But on her computer screen, a job post popped up: Austin's HotSchedules was hiring.
Having started as a hostess before advancing to manager, Wilganowski knew restaurants, not tech. But she was intrigued and applied.
"The leaders really took a chance on me and invested in my future and got me to where I am today," she said.
Now, as part of the leadership team, Wilganowski serves as the senior director of customer success. So she speaks from experience when she says employees can expect the company's leaders to provide opportunities to stretch and grow.