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HERMOS is employer of the future

Award ceremony by the German Innovation Institute for Sustainability and Digitalization (DIND)

Kathrin Spickenreither (HR HERMOS AG) gemeinsam mit der Bundeswirtschaftsministerin Brigitte Zypries.

Future viability and high quality as an employer – for this, companies are awarded the “Employer of the Future” prize by the German Innovation Institute for Sustainability and Digitalization (DIND).

The initiative is supported by former German Economics Minister Brigitte Zypries. The award helps companies position themselves in the “war for talent” in order to attract and retain talent despite a shortage of skilled workers. The award honors innovative companies with a clear digitization strategy that pursue sustainability goals and offer attractive working conditions. The focus is on modern leadership and employee friendliness. For example, flat hierarchies, flexible compensation models or employee benefits as well as individual training and development opportunities are included in a holistic picture that is created using an evaluation matrix that was developed with the help of input from experts from business and science. The award was presented to HERMOS for the first time this year at one of several networking events.

The German Innovation Institute for Sustainability and Digitalization (DIND) supports companies in becoming fit for the future. To this end, DIND cooperates with experts from business, science and politics, conducts studies on behalf of partners and examines companies for important aspects of their future viability. Examples of successful transformation are intended to provide important impetus for the economy. DIND awards are a valuable communication tool for companies. They help to find suitable partners and employees to become even more innovative, sustainable and digital.

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