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What comes to your mind when you hear art and graphics? Colorful spaces with brushes and paint everywhere? Or huge pen tablets, magic image editing software, and piles of notes and sketches? To give you a proper impression, we asked our Art & Graphics Team how their work life as creative beings looks like.
One year ago, we signed the “Charta der Vielfalt” to strengthen and deepen our practice of being an inclusive and international company even more. We can already proudly say, that with 26 nationalities, 130 team members with multicultural backgrounds, and an open-minded team, we all have one big thing in common:
We accept everyone for who they are!
Yesterday, we told you how life in home office is right now and what measures we are taking to bring the team closer together. Since we are probably not the only ones trying to cope with this situation as well as possible, we thought we could share our learnings from the past weeks with you. Maybe there are some suggestions that could work for you too. So today we would like to share our golden tips that we gathered for you, to have a good work-life balance and to master your job interview.
Especially in times like these, it is very important to keep focused and remind ourselves of our mission: “Bringing people together to have a good time with games”. But does it only work with games? - NO! If we have learned one thing from our time in isolation, it’s that virtual meetings via video call are not only there for keeping everybody updated, they are also a lot of fun. Whether we meet virtually to do yoga in our team members' garden, have our kids pull a face, or we totally fail at singing birthday songs, even with a karaoke tool, we always do it with a smile on our face and a good laugh.
Four months ago, it was time for our yearly Christmas donation.
We always try to find initiatives and organizations with a playful aspect in order to light up some people's lives. This time we decided to support two wonderful organizations… drum roll…
Stuffy cubicles, the endless ringing of phones, a call center: That’s what many people have in mind when they think of customer support, so we asked our Customer Support team if the cliché holds true.