NETZSCH Named “Fair Company” for the Twelfth Time in a Row

NETZSCH Pumpen & Systeme has received the "Fair Company" award for the twelfth time in a row. The initiative, founded by the Handelsblatt newspaper, is sustainably committed to a fair working environment. Fair Company is the largest and best-known employer initiative in Germany.
NETZSCH Named “Fair Company” for the Twelfth Time in a Row

NETZSCH Pumpen & Systeme named "Fair Company" twelve times in a row (Image source: NETZSCH Pumpen & Systeme GmbH)

The initiative is aimed specifically at career starters and young professionals, such as apprentices, interns, working students and trainees. It creates transparency and orientation. Rita Buchner, Human Resources Manager at NETZSCH Pumpen & Systeme, is delighted about the renewed award: "Fair Company and NETZSCH: that's a perfect symbiosis.

The goals of the initiative correlate perfectly with the corporate values practiced at NETZSCH. We are proud to receive the Fair Company Award for the twelfth year in a row. Thanks to our new NETZSCH Campus in Waldkraiburg, we will also be able to offer the best conditions and exciting prospects in the future."Employee satisfaction and performance are drivers of NETZSCH's continued success. The renewed award as a "Fair Company" shows once again that the global specialist for complex fluid management creates fair working conditions and development prospects for its employees.

In doing so, NETZSCH accompanies its employees on the path to excellence and offers the following benefits, among others: Mobile working, the NETZSCH Academy or flexible working hours.
In addition to fair working conditions, the following factors are also taken into consideration when awarding a company : Work organization, corporate culture and values, diversity and equal opportunities, and much more. All of these values are lived out at NETZSCH Pumpen & Systeme - every day anew. The first application for the award was made in 2012, and the company has been able to prove itself as a "Fair Company" every year since then.

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