The 1st interview is where you will meet the hiring manager, and potentially a member of the team. The purpose of the initial interview is to ensure that there is a professional fit between you and the position, as well as helping you get a further understanding of the position and Better Collective.
The 2nd interview will also be with the hiring manager, as well as an HR consultant. Before the interview you will be asked to do a work style assessment that will be used as a dialogue tool for the interview. If it is a match, you will be offered a position. You are now ready to start!
A good start
We know that getting a good start at your new job is extremely important. Therefore, we have set up a thorough onboarding programme to get you moving with your best foot forward. Here you will spend your first couple of weeks at work with introductions to your tasks, attending presentations on the different teams and departments at Better Collective, and learn how to use our products and services.
We have nearly 30 different nationalities in the Copenhagen office, which makes it feel like you ‘travel’ each day. I really enjoy interacting and working together with people from other cultures.
BC is the most progressive company that I have ever worked for. We celebrate any nerdy or geeky obsessions. You feel a natural urge to come to work everyday. The growth opportunity, coupled with fun, is what makes it different from rest.
If you want to win, you need the skilled players that are able to play together as a team. This is the core of BC’s amazingly thorough recruitment process. And I’m proud to be part of this winning team!
“I never really had a chance to work with such linguistic diversity when previously working in Serbia. When Better Collective opened up an office in Niš, I was given the chance to use my love of working with language, and Better Collective has trusted me to bridge the space between our international offices”
When she first read the Better Collective website, Jovana thought that ‘Transparency’ was something that only applied to our products, but “transparency is in everything we do. Our working relationships, the organisation, everything is so open and honest.
It is this last part that Jovana really appreciates about working at Better Collective. Being based in the Niš office, Jovana travels back and forth between Denmark and Serbia frequently to establish a strong link between the offices. “I feel that Better Collective really treats the happiness of us employees as a priority, no matter which office you work at. Giving me the chance to travel between the Copenhagen and Niš office is really connecting our international teams, and helps create a good working and cultural relationship between the two locations.”
“I have loved sports for as long as I can remember. Sharing the adventure, the fun, the teamwork. Working at Better Collective allows me to experience it all while making a difference for gamers across the world”
Guillaume felt that Better Collective was the perfect match for him from the second he stepped through the door for his first interview. As a fun-loving, talented and ambitious sports marketing specialist, Guillaume has always aspired to find balance between professionalism and playfulness.
He started his career in France as PR Manager for FC Nantes. Today, Copenhagen has become his new home and he thrives in the informal, non-hierarchal working environment: “When I first started working at Better Collective, I was really surprised to meet executive staff that you can approach with ideas or questions without having to book a meeting first”, he says. “It encourages creativity that everybody can share the same dream and have fun together working towards it.”
“With a degree in Russian Literature, I may not fit the standard bill for an online affiliate company. My ear for languages led BC to take a chance on me, and I took a chance on them. Now three years later, our relationship is better than ever”
When Radek joined Better Collective, he was almost confused as to how nice everyone was. “Compared to my past experiences; I didn’t think people could legitimately be this welcoming.” He came to accept that his co-workers were authentically happy.
“I think the company was founded with this acceptance in mind, and even though the company has more than doubled in size since I came, it is a prerogative of the founders to maintain this atmosphere.”
With a Masters degree in Russian Language, Culture, and Literature, Radek has been able to take advantage of his knowledge of Cyrillic languages to interact and communicate with freelancers across different areas of Europe.
Entering BC with knowledge unrelated to the industry was a highlight for Radek, “I may not have known much about the affiliate industry, but I joined a company that really knows what it’s doing. We have a confidence that is backed by success, and it gives us a chance to collectively contribute to a thriving business, while being proud of the unique traits we all bring to the table.”