Working at Spielwork
Spielwork was founded in 2016 with the aim of bearing the hallmark of honest, visual vacancies. Realistic vacancies create expectation management and ensure that future employees don’t get any surprises. By providing more insight into daily work, Spielwork hopes to ensure a better match.
“ You should not work at Spielwork if you need a lot of structure and you don't like taking initiative. You should start working at Spielwork if you want to learn a lot and enjoy having a lot of responsibility. ”
- HQ in Amsterdam
- Active in the Netherlands
- 30% / 70%
- Average age 29
- Team of 15 'Spielworkers'
- International ambitions
Why work at Spielwork
I worked in the recruitment industry and applicants often asked me for more explanation about the vacancy. I ended up on the Spielwork website via a friend and was an immediate fan. When Manus pitched all his ideas to me, I wanted to start as soon as possible.
I saw a problem in the market and I wanted to fix it. I noticed that after reading a vacancy you still don't understand what a job really entails. Vacancies must be honest, visual and concrete.
I thought it was cool that I could set up the entire Spielwork brand. In addition, I also felt that we could turn it into a sexy brand :)
Manus and I spoke when Spielwork was just an idea. I was particularly enthusiastic about his vision and enthusiasm and saw its potential.
I regularly came across vacancies on Facebook and Instagram that were created by Spielwork. The visual vacancies aroused my interest, so I took a look at the site. It was here that I accidentally came across the vacancy for the position I currently hold!
Jobs at Spielwork
What is our biggest challenge?
The biggest challenge for Spielwork is to convince as many companies as possible that Spielwork vacancies provide a better match. The more companies become customers, the more jobseekers can discover what a job is really about. To prove our added value we need to collect data. That is why we must measure which jobseekers find a job through Spielwork and whether these turn out to be good matches.
‘Prove that the Spielwork vacancies provide a better match.’