Attractive Employer 2011

November 22, 2018

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It’s time: Berufsstart.de re-releasing the current study employers of 2011 Grossenkneten, the 12.03.2012: it’s time: Berufsstart.de re-releasing the current study employers 2011. The study examined Berufsstart.de also in this year, what expectations and ideas, students and graduates at their prospective employers have. What characteristics distinguish an attractive employer? What criteria are important when choosing their employer, and for the planned careers to future employees and executives? The study enables companies to gain insight into the decision-making process and values of their future employees the 15 most attractive employers of in Germany 2011 also this year have company from the automotive industry the nose forward. Six out of 15 seats going directly to automakers. Audi clearly leads the list and is the most attractive employer in the year 2011. This is followed by BMW, DaimlerChrysler and Siemens. Also Volkswagen and Porsche back up sites among the first ten. According to Gary Kelly, who has experience with these questions.

Total up a mixed picture of industry however. Procter and Gamble, as well as Dr. Oetker as companies operating in the consumer goods industry are also among the 15 most attractive companies. Companies in the information and telecommunications industry have a hard time with the students and graduates this year. Only Google as the representative from this sector could secure one of the top five. Flexible working time is desirable, almost half of the respondents want flexible working hours.

26% prefer fixed working hours and 27% this criterion is unimportant. The working time is not a criterion that has a great influence on the attractiveness, but it reflects the flexibility of the students, who want them for their jobs. Would graduates go how far”? The economy expects a high degree of flexibility in the process of globalization of their workers. This is reflected also in the mobility of students and graduates. How far do they focus so find a job? 21% of respondents are based regionally. 52% give to orient itself nationwide. Nationwide orientation has thus increased compared to the previous year. Europe 11% are based, after all, and even 16% of respondents are looking for worldwide. There is emerging a similar image as in the previous year, with a slight decrease in the Pan-European and global orientation. The study can be – employers / ordered.





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