Our passion for mobilityWe live mobility. Our aim is to set the highest standards of customer satisfaction in our industry. We believe that this is only possible with motivated employees who enjoy creating value that really matters – each and every day. We also stand for a global, responsible working environment.
We care about the personal development of our employees
We support all employees and managers individually - and pass on the knowledge and experience acquired by our company over the years. We advise employees and executives, develop concepts, and organize further training measures. Our learning concept is constantly being revised and enhanced to ensure that it covers the latest developments. The partner at your side: our global Learning & Education Team.
- We help our talents develop their personal skills
- We support our managers as they work to develop their teams
- We assist those who are responsible for entire organizational areas to implement strategic steps and change processes
- We offer state-of-the-art learning methods paired with experienced educational experts ensure that Siemens-specific expertise is available at short notice
Living and breathing diversity
Different ways of thinking, backgrounds, experiences, expertise, and individual qualities – we value these for cooperation across all organizational levels. In all our activities, actions and programs, we want to make the most of the diversity of our employees.
To this end, we strive to establish an open working environment for all our employees – regardless of disabilities, cultural background, ethnicity, origin, sexual orientation or gender identity, expression or characteristics.
We create possibilities for diverse experiences and interactions with the overriding goal of achieving a diversity of mindsets throughout the company.
We expose hidden thought patterns
Unconscious biases can impact the decisions we make without us being aware of them. All human beings have these unconscious thought patterns in the form of expectations and preferences – for example, with regards to gender.
However, these are often based on unfounded assumptions or stereotypes and can hinder us from making objective decisions.
The Implicit Association Test, created by Harvard University shows that more than 70% of people associate men with careers and women with families. At Siemens Mobility, we want to sensitize our employees to these patterns so that they can recognize them and, with targeted training, learn to overcome them.