This year Berufsstart.de has published the study again attractive employer 2010. This year Berufsstart.de has published the study again attractive employer 2010. This was the question in the foreground, what expectations students and graduates to the employer. What makes these attractive and what are important criteria for them? There many students from different faculties took part in the study and give us an insight into their expectations and desires of the company for the career. The study allows insight into the decision the company. garnishment and values of their future employees and executives. The 15 most attractive employers of in Germany 2010 In 2010 the automotive industry is strongly represented.
BMW is struggling at the top, followed closely by Audi. Even DaimlerChrysler, VW and Porsche back up rankings among the top 10. The automakers prove 5 courses of the 15 most attractive employers. Otherwise, a mixed picture of industry in the evaluation results. There are companies from the Information and telecommunications industries represented such as SAP, IBM and Google, as well as the Deutsche Bank as representatives from the financial industry. Siemens is listed as in the previous year as an attractive employer in 2nd place. Flexible working time is desirable, almost half of the respondents want flexible working hours.
23% prefer fixed working hours and 29% this criterion is unimportant. The working time is not a criterion, which 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 are it geared so finding a job? 24% of respondents are based regionally. 41% say to orient itself nationwide. Europe 13% are based, after all, and even 22% of respondents are based all over the world. It excels similar image as in the previous year down, with a slight decrease in the Pan-European and global orientation. How important is the international orientation? After flexibility when the employee is required, the question arises now how important is the international orientation of the company for the appeal. 43% were neutral against this criterion. 38% find it important that a company has an international orientation. This criterion of the attractiveness of a company is unimportant for 19%. The study can be – employers / ordered. Press contact: Klaus Resch Verlag editorial professional start / Jobfair24 Hans-Thilo Sommer Moorbeker str. 31, 26197 Grossenkneten Tel.: 04435 / 9612 (0) Internet: eMail: berufsstart.de is a product of the Klaus Resch Verlag. The online job market among recruitment services for young academics in Germany for more than 10 years the Top5. As the first publisher of career planners for graduates, include technology (for engineers and computer scientists), as well as graduates the print media started her career economy (economic and legal scholars) for 50 years the standard media for the career. Also available are the annual publications graduates trainee and company introduce themselves.