Nordeus Culture FAQ

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Nordeus has a culture and values rating of 4.7.

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August 22, 2019

What is the company culture at Nordeus?

Pros

Great crew that will always help you develop. There is no negativity or lobbying, because their culture is proactive management and orientation to solutions. People managers are experienced and focused on your growth, learning and adapting to the company culture. Financial + non-financial benefits are above average for Serbia.

Cons

If you are not up for learning, developing and being passionate about your job, this is really not a company for you. There are no major cons that could be mentioned.

There is no negativity or lobbying, because their culture is proactive management and orientation to solutions.

August 22, 2019

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November 6, 2019

What is the hiring process like at Nordeus?

Pros

Salary, benefits and offices are great. Generally nice people and Belgrade is an fun and interesting place to live for a bit.

Cons

Nordeus is really a tech company that just so happens to make games - or rather made a game...ten years ago. (The latest efforts and offerings are notably scant and flakey executed derivatives) Since then, despite its financial success and hiring top global talent it cannot help itself to stifle real change. It fails in its principle purpose - making games. The surrounding functions are pretty good - marketing, hr, catering, etc...but the creativity and game making is micro managed and in conflict with overall strategy. I fear the strategic conflict is the nail in the coffin for this moribund studio - coupled with the stubborn, sometimes arrogant, dismissive attitude to those with real experience they hire. It gets a bit embarrassing. Effort is diverted from making games to managing ego and relationships in a fearful environment. It’s a real shame - as it has/had everything to needed to succeed, save perhaps a lack of ego in the top leadership.

Advice to Management

Empower those with experience - and/or step aside.

Since then, despite its financial success and hiring top global talent it cannot help itself to stifle real change.

November 6, 2019

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