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“Chefsache Inklusion” network assembly during Audi

“Lived inclusion is an critical success factor,” pronounced Wendelin Göbel, Member of a Board of Management for Human Resources and Organization during AUDI AG, during a start of a event. The vehicle manufacturer has been committed to inclusion during a Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm locations for many decades. The code with a 4 rings perceived a “Industry Inclusion Prize” in a “Corporation” difficulty in 2017 for a model formation of people with health impairments. AUDI AG now employs a sum of roughly 3,500 people with disabilities during a Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm locations, that corresponds to a 6.6 percent rate of exceedingly infirm employees (as of Aug 2019).

At a end of a network meeting, Sozialverband VdK President Verena Bentele is approaching to benefaction a summary. Sozialverband VdK is a partner in Berufsförderungswerk (BFW) Nuremberg. Bentele, a former Paralympic champion, knows Audi good – she visited a Ingolstadt plant dual years ago to inspect a formation jobs in prolongation and also tested an ergonomic chair for employees with health impairments. In allege of a event, a VdK President said: “‘Chefsache Inklusion’ brings together decision-makers from business who know that good employees are an critical success cause for any association – and everyone’s talent should be put to good use, either they have a incapacity or not. Audi is a primary instance of how to successfully occupy people with health impairments and keep expertise in a company. So we are anxious that a consultant forum is holding place in Ingolstadt.”

Study by a University of St. Gallen on operative during Audi: A good brew creates a difference

Audi has been auxiliary with a University of St. Gallen for years. Professor Stephan Böhm presented a formula of his investigate to a discussion participants: “Audi is fixation a special concentration on contracting people with disabilities in gripping with a element ‘We live responsibility’. Our systematic analysis confirms that inclusion pays off: We surveyed several thousand Audi employees – a transparent result: Teams with a high suit of exceedingly infirm people are some-more artistic and beget some-more ideas. They are therefore also some-more successful in terms of cost-effectiveness.”

More about a “Chefsache Inklusion” network meeting

The Bundesverband Deutscher Berufsförderungswerke (Federal Association of German Vocational Training Centers) instituted a “Chefsache Inklusion” array of events in 2014. The vocational training centers have been hosting a “Chefsache Inklusion” eventuality array given then. The consultant forum brings together decision-makers from business who know that employees are an critical success cause for each association – either they have a health spoil or not. More at: www.chefsache-inklusion.de