"I get to work with customers from all over the world"
INV: Bettina, earlier you told me, that you where a bit worried that you did not bring enough experience to your current job when you first applied for it. How do you feel about that now?
Bettina: Very good actually. I did have the feeling that I could grow into the responsibilities of the job. And I was right, because I got a lot of support in taking the challenge. Everybody was helpful, my team supported me from the first day, also with matters that wouldn’t be their responsibility.
INV: How do you experience the culture at In-Vision?
Bettina: It is very inclusive. Again, I was supported from all sides. And I especially like the flat hierarchy. In many cases, I work directly with the management and I never have the feeling that I am subordinated but a full member of the team. Everyone treats each other with respect and benevolence, even in challenging and critical situations.
INV: Are you worried sometimes, that this could change?
Bettina: No. When I joined In-Vision, even though that’s not a long time ago, we where significantly less people. But even now, everything is very personal and it still feels like a family.
INV: How do you feel about the work you do with our customers?
Bettina: It is exciting, I get to work with customers from all over the world. I can tell that In-Vision puts a lot of effort into the relationship with the clients.
INV: How so?
Bettina: I am on first-name basis with all customers. And, also when they visit us for formal reasons, like an audit, I never feel interrogated. They treat us just like we treat each other, friendly and with respect.
"A job at In-Vision? Go for it!"
INV: And what are you up to when you are not busy helping our customers?
Bettina: I spent a lot of weekends hiking in the
mountains. It's on of the most relaxing activities for me. And when
there is more time, I also love to travel. One of my last trips brought
me on a 3-week backpacking tour through Vietnam and Hong Kong.
INV: Which experience comes to your mind when you think about the trip?
Bettina: I got to hike with local people around the
mountains of Sapa, in the north-eastern part of Vietnam. That was
exiting because I could combine of one my hobbies, hiking, with getting
to know local people and customs. The train-ride from Hanoi to Ho Chi
Minh was also memorable, but not exactly in a good way.
INV: What would you tell someone considering a job at In-Vision, Bettina?
Bettina: Go for it! Better today than tomorrow. The
people at In-Vision foster creativity, innovation and team work. We are
happy to have new people on board.
INV: That was great! Thank you for your time, Bettina.
Bettina: Thank you for the interview!