Germany's most attractive employer
Berlin, 11. April 2019 - Where will workers prefer to work? Which companies are particularly sought? This question is the study Randstad Employer Brand Research answered: the most attractive employers in Germany are the research organization Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, The automotive supplier ZF Friedrichshafen and the airline Lufthansa.
The award was presented by the staffing company Randstad Germany on 11. April nhow Hotel in Berlin. During the event, also the results of the current study Randstad Employer Brand Research were, the most comprehensive study on employer branding, presented. about 6.000 Employees and job seekers in Germany were interviewed for.
The Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft had won the title of the most popular employer in the previous year and once again left all others behind. In second place is the ZF Friedrichshafen AG, the world's second largest automotive supplier. Of note is the strong position of Lufthansa. While she was not even found in the last ranking among the top 10, it rises, this time at number three a.
The 10 popular employers in Germany
2.ZF Friedrichshafen AG
4.Daimler (Mercedes Benz)
Juergen Rahn from the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft was delighted with the award and told, what sets them apart from other employers: "We run innovative research with the latest technology and can provide credible candidates, that make working for the future through their work the world better. We also provide each employee with excellent development opportunities and prospects, to bring their own topics from idea to application. "
The study shows not only, which employers are particularly popular in Germany, but lit among others, the willingness to change and preferences of workers. 23% of workers surveyed before, to change jobs. Be sure, that her future employer can offer these properties:
Key factors in choosing an employer
1.Attractive salary and benefits (59%)
2.Job security (58%)
3.Pleasant working environment (52%)
5.financial stability (38%)
Remarkably, that all factors in the top 5 have lost ground compared to last year. Although a competitive salary and security are still important, but other properties become more important and can make the difference in deciding candidates. "Employees are looking more and more accurately on, what a company can offer a total of. Of further development, flexible working and work-life balance are now expected of them ", so Richard Jager, CEO of Randstad Germany, about the emerging trend.
Exciting speakers and a colorful supporting program
The study results were presented in a full-length program, had a lot to offer. In the Round Table, the winners and labor market experts discussed, as the employer brand of the future should look like, for the best talent to attract. The keynote address by science journalist and television personality Ranga Yogeshwar was interesting food for thought. The program was RTL presenter Anna Fleischhauer. More about the event read soon on www.randstad.de/workforce360, the blog of Randstad Germany.
About the Study Randstad Employer Brand Research
Who would like in Germany where like work and why. All this determines the study Randstad Employer Brand Research, by independent renowned institutions in 32 Countries is carried out worldwide. In Germany, the representative survey was held for the tenth time. 6.312 Workers and job seekers between the ages 18 and 65 were interviewed online in Germany. Three elements will be the focus: the visibility and attractiveness of the polled companies and the key factors, which make up an attractive employer.
About Randstad Group Germany
With an average of around 58.000 Employees and about 550 offices in 300 Cities and a turnover of around 2,38 billion euro (2018) the Randstad Group is the leading personnel services provider in Germany. Randstad offers companies in different sectors comprehensive personnel service concepts. In addition to the traditional temporary employment to the portfolio of Randstad group include the divisions Professional Services, recruitment, HR solutions and Inhouse Services. With its tailor-made personnel solutions Randstad is an important strategic partner for its client companies. Through years of experience, including in the recruitment and hiring staff as well as individual performance- and development opportunities for employees and applicants, Randstad is also for trade- and managers an attractive employer and service provider. As a driving force for the labor market Randstad has been a year 2000 entered into a nationwide collective agreement with ver.di, which served as a basis for the applicable tariff regulations throughout the industry. Randstad has been more than 50 Years active in Germany and belongs to the Dutch Randstad N.V.: with a total turnover of approximately 23,8 billion euro (year 2018), about 670.900 Employees in daily use and about 4.800 offices in 38 countries, Randstad is the largest human resources services. The German Randstad group in addition to the company Randstad Germany GmbH include & Co KG, the company Tempo Team, Gulp, Monster, twago, Randstad Sourceright, Randstad Outsourcing GmbH and Randstad Randstad Automotive and Financial Services. Chairman and CEO of Randstad Group Germany is Richard Jager.
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