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What's It Like to Work At Starschema?

We don't have "Values" printed on posters up on our walls. But there are a few things that we all have in common that make us who we are.

We all share a deep desire to learn and be better than we were yesterday. This drives our practices, everyday decisions and overall mindset.

We have each other's backs, no matter what. We look out for each other and keep our eyes open for those who need help but might not recognize it yet — and offer that help without having to be asked. For us, working together means helping each other.

In our world, everyone in the organization, including the newest team member, can challenge anything they think can be improved. They can — and do — even challenge our CEO. We expect our colleagues to question everything and look for the "whys". We want our colleagues to follow processes because they understand their reasons behind them, instead of merely obeying rules.


In-office benefits

We have lots and lots of fruit coming to our office twice a week.
We also have free massage — you can book a 20-minute session anytime. Our masseuse, Rita, comes to the office every Tuesday and Wednesday (and we're constantly monitoring if we need her for additional days.)


Other benefits

  • BKK pass or parking space
  • Unlimited Life1 gym pass (for any Life1 gym in Budapest, any gym in Szeged)
  • Medicover health insurance 
  • Online yoga once a week
  • Online English classes, taught by a native speaker to small groups
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – an independent, third-party counseling service that you can call 24/7
  • Very active sport community (football, basketball, hiking, squash)
  • Boardgame evenings
  • Birthday day-off (from January 2022)



Our Approach to Home Office

Our guideline is for everyone to be in-office for two days a week. But, we don't track it, we don't check it, and we keep an open mind, anyone can discuss with their team leaders to change this, depending their own situation. We want everyone to come in for the right reasons: to see colleagues in real life, to have brainstorming together next to a whiteboard, and for those chance meetings in the hall or by the coffee machine.

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