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Melbourne (Australia)
De 51 a 200 empleados
Empresa privada
Publicidad y marketing
Desconocido/No aplicable


Opiniones sobre Be Interactive

  • «A career opportunity»

    • Conciliación de la vida laboral y personal
    • Cultura y valores
    • Proyección profesional
    • Remuneración y beneficios
    • Dirección ejecutiva
    Exempleado - Sales Representative en Port Melbourne (Australia)
    Exempleado - Sales Representative en Port Melbourne (Australia)
    Perspectiva positiva

    Trabajé a jornada completa en Be Interactive (Más de un año)


    It is great to work for a company that is open to new ideas and has a growing mindset. Management is dedicated to everyone’s development of job skills, personal goals and has an open-door policy, so there is support whenever needed. They are so grateful and appreciative, and it's a truly wonderful feeling. I thoroughly enjoyed building relationships with the whole team. For anyone looking for an opportunity to progress in Sales and Marketing and/or acquire leadership, problem solving, time management and other skills this is a remarkable opportunity.


    Work/ Life balance for Entry Level

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Entrevistas de Be Interactive



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    Entrevista para Intern

    Candidato de entrevista anónimo en Melbourne (Australia)
    Oferta rechazada
    Experiencia negativa
    Entrevista normal


    Envié una solicitud electrónica. El proceso duró 5 semanas. Acudí a una entrevista en Be Interactive (Melbourne (Australia)) en diciembre de 2019.


    Many things were off.

    1) Received an email saying they tried to call me but I hadn't responded, but they had never called.

    2) Told me I would be interviewing with the managing director, which I didn't.

    3) First round face-to-face interview lasted five minutes, which was a complete waste of time. This could have been done on the phone, and there had already been an initial pre-screening before this.

    4) They also asked me to bring in a physical copy of my resume, despite already receiving an electronic copy. This resume was not used as a reference point during the interview.

    5) While waiting to be interviewed, overheard director making unpleasant comments about a previous interviewee's responses. This seemed inconsistent with their company values. If there is that much inconsistency that high in the organisation, it is likely it would get worse towards the bottom.

    6) Position was unpaid but this isn't right according to Fair Work Australia, as the responsibilities given are consistent with employment. There was an offer of being given a paid position after the internship but that seems a way to extract the most value out of each person before repeating the entire process again with another person. The responsibilities seemed like grunt-work mainly. From the short exchange that was had it sounded like a lot of their processes are inefficient.

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Premios y reconocimientos de Be Interactive

  • New Comer of the Year, Clients Choice, 2016

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