11. November 2021
Components, Career

A Good Employer for Women

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A Good Employer for Women

Waldenburg (Germany), 11 November 2021 – Würth Elektronik eiSos is once again performing well in the Brigitte employer study. With an overall score of 4 out of a possible 5 points, the manufacturer of electronic and electromechanical components is among the leaders of the 292 companies taking part. The Germany-wide study "The best companies for women" by Brigitte magazine and the employer branding agency Territory Embrace, has evaluated how the companies perform on the following topics: work-life balance, work flexibility, career development measures, the importance of transparency and equality, and the proportion of women in management positions.

"The study helps us identify potential for further development, such as getting more women into management positions. We are proud of the good results. We were particularly pleased with the positive development in the area of 'work flexibility'. The possibility of being able to work from home and at flexible times has been available in our company for a long time, but we have all learned a lot during Corona and now implement it more actively than before," says Tanja Hochschild, Managing Director at Würth Elektronik eiSos. Hochschild is one of the initiators of the equal opportunities initiative "WoMen - WE lead together". Its guiding principle is that employees of all genders should work together at all management levels to lead Würth Elektronik successfully into the future.


Brigitte magazine asks

The questionnaire for the study "The Best Companies for Women" was co-developed by five renowned experts, the advisory board of the Brigitte Employer Study 2021: Supervisory Board member and Advisor Janina Kugel, economist Prof. Dr. Katharina Wrohlich from the German Institute for Economic Research, Fair Pay expert Henrike von Platen, Ana-Cristina Grohnert, Chairwoman of the "Charta der Vielfalt" employer initiative, and Susanne Hüsemann, Managing Director of Queb, the federal association for employer branding, personnel marketing and recruiting.


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