Summer has come to Vienna, and with it, people from all over the world are flocking to our wonderful home city. In the bustling center of town, Meister is developing into quite the attraction, as we grow to our increasingly-international cohort with […]
Just graduated from University? Not sure which department would best suit your talents? Step this way! We’re pleased to announce the launch of our first-ever Commercial Graduate Trainee Program at Meister. Read on to find out more about the scheme and how […]
We regularly bring in extraordinary new talent as we continue to strive for excellence. In this post, we welcome our ten newest team members and hear about their first weeks at the company. We asked our fresh-faced colleagues in Seattle and Vienna […]
With the holidays just around the corner, we’ve unpacked some of our gifts early — a special delivery of new colleagues to the Meister team. In this post, we welcome Madlen, Panna, Andreas, Sebastian, Julian, Nicolai and Ivan to the Meister family. […]
At Meister, constant growth is part of our philosophy, which is why it’s always such a pleasure to be able to welcome new members to our rapidly-expanding global team. With another seven new recruits joining our teams in Seattle and Vienna, the […]
When you spot an exciting job opportunity, it’s only natural to feel a little anxious about what the recruitment process might involve. However, at MeisterLabs we believe that hiring processes should never be scary. They should be a reciprocal exercise into judging […]
In terms of People Management, we have quite a big challenge ahead of us at MeisterLabs. For starters, we have the ambitious aim of growing our workforce from 30 to 50 employees within the next four months. Plus, we’re not just looking […]
It’s a fresh battle every day to find the motivation to get through your to do list. But motivating your team is an entirely different challenge. Understanding how people respond to different types of motivation can help us be better leaders and increase the productivity of our teams. It can just take a little experimentation to figure out which strategies work best.