Darmstadt, February 25, 2015

    Schenck Process is top employer for engineers 2015

    • Top Employers Institute awards Schenck Process with its seal of quality for the seventh year

    • The company has an outstanding record thanks to continuous improvement of the working environment as well as ongoing investment in employee development

    • Schenck Process is open to a variety of career paths: dual study, trainee programs, or classical direct entry

    Schenck Process was once again named “Top Arbeitgeber Ingenieure” (Top Employer for Engineers) in 2015. The Top Employers Institute, formerly known as the CRF Institute, conducts independent audits to certify employees around the world who outperform the competition in highly qualified technical and managerial staff with outstanding working conditions. This is the seventh award in succession for the measuring and process technology specialists who operate globally in over 30 countries from their headquarters in Darmstadt, Germany. “Schenck Process GmbH is a pioneer in the field of Human Resources when it comes to future-oriented thinking in terms of its employees, continuous improvement of the working environment, and ongoing investment in employee development,” the market researcher gave as justification.

    Top employers must provide good reasons

    To become certified as a top employer, the human resources department has to be thoroughly audited by the Top Employers Institute. The extensive evaluation criteria closely examines talent strategies, training and development, executive management, career and succession planning, compensation and benefits, work-life balance, and looks deep into the corporate culture.

    Employer behavior and the corporate image can also have an impact on staff morale and motiviation. For them, values such as emotional commitment, personal appreciation, employee motivation, job security, flexible working hours, and corporate performance are becoming increasingly important.

    What makes Schenck Process an attractive employer for all staff generations?

    • Schenck Process is a global player and as such, employs around 3,000 people in over 30 locations worldwide. Managing local projects is equally possible as developing technical solutions at the Darmstadt locations in international teams.

    • Many career paths are possible. These include dual study, trainee programs, or the classic direct entry as a sales engineer.

    • Ongoing training is a vital contribution to Schenck Process in maintaining its ingenuity. The wide range of in-house training includes language courses and seminars in leadership and project management as well as training opportunities on a variety of technical topics.

    • Work is not everything. The company offers its employees a good balance between professional and private life. In-house health management also offers screening and counseling courses to promote employee well-being.