Ideal working conditions: why job seekers are drawn to the fintech industry
FinTech startups compete for young talents with whom innovative ideas can be realized. The rapid expansion course of many companies also offers applicants numerous professional perspectives. Good conditions and a pleasant working environment are no longer the only criteria that count.
Employee satisfaction as an important criterion when looking for a job
The European fintech scene is currently experiencing a remarkable upswing. Numerous companies are hiring – at the same time, competition for the best talent is increasing within the industry. Qualified applicants have good job opportunities and free choice. A decisive factor for young people looking for a job is therefore: How do current employees rate their company?
Last year, ten fintech startups were found on the popular rating platform Glassdoor with a rating of more than 4.5 out of 5 stars. The French Unicorn Spendesk is right at the top of the ranking: Employees particularly emphasize the corporate culture, which is characterized by a lot of trust, transparency and personal responsibility. In fact, CEO and founder Rodolphe Ardant has an approval rating of 100 percent among current employees.
Already more than 400 satisfied employees – find out more about a possible career at Spendesk here.
Flexibility & rapid growth attract talent
New Work is also an issue in finance – flexible working hours and remote work are now more important than ever. In many places, the philosophy now applies: Employees can do their best if they have the opportunity to develop freely and grow with the company. For young talent, companies like Spendesk offer training and education that focuses on both professional skills and personal development.
With offices in Berlin, Hamburg, Paris, London and San Francisco, the company is on course for expansion, which shows that the New Work strategy is working extremely well for the fintech. Especially for the German team, the development seems to be progressing rapidly. There are currently 50 employees at the Berlin and Hamburg locations (as well as remotely) and the team is set to double by the end of the year. For job seekers this means: In Germany, Spendesk's most important growth market, there are now numerous individual opportunities for professional advancement.
Digital solutions that can help any business
More than 3,500 companies are already using Spendesk – and the company sees potential for several million additional customers. Employees in the areas of sales and customer success can particularly feel the positive trend because they receive direct customer feedback. The professional motivation for young talents comes not only from the company itself, but also from business customers.
Apply now to take the next step in your career with Spendesk!
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