Our employees are as diverse as our work. We are convinced that the combination of different perspectives, opinions, cultural impressions, experiences, and values will enable us to exploit the potential that will make us successful.
Watch the following video and see what diversity means to our employees:
Our forward-thinking approach, our curiosity and our commitment to continuous improvement are our driving force - with the aim of providing ever better medicine for ever more people. That's why we do everything we can to offer our employees a working environment they can identify with and which at the same time motivates them to develop both individually and as a team.
The diversity of our markets and locations is also reflected in the workforce. All business segments attach great importance to equal opportunities for all employees in the workplace as well as in the application, selection and development procedures. And they also implement diversity concepts adapted to the requirements of the respective business models and regions.
41 top managers from the German economy, including Rice Powell, CEO of Fresenius Medical Care, are showing their face, and are thus committed to the demand that “Diversity must become an Executive Responsibility”. The BeyondGenderAgenda initiative has set itself the goal of securing and expanding the international competitiveness of the German economy in the long term by anchoring Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in the DNA of listed and medium-sized companies.
Mentoring Hessen is a joint project of Hessian universities and universities of applied sciences to advance the careers of women. The aim is to increase the percentage of women in attractive specialist and management positions in both academia and business. With the help of four different lines of support, young women are supported and guided through the decisive phases of their professional development – from student to professor! The close cooperation with renowned companies and research institutions also opens up career opportunities outside of academia.
In an interview, Ingo Elfering, Group CIO and CEO of Fresenius Digital Technology, explains how different views, professional backgrounds and biographies promote problem-solving skills, and why diversity alone is not enough.