Our company lives from committed and skilled employees who feel loyalty towards Bischof + Klein and love coming to work.
We require well trained employees with extensive know-how and a wide range of skills in diverse processes, working techniques and areas of law. Some of these skills are part of the training, while others are only learnt "on the job". We therefore attach great value to binding employees to the company for as long as possible, in combination with a high level of satisfaction. We are therefore increasing our attractiveness as an employer continuously and in all areas.
SUCCESSFULLY RECRUITING, DEVELOPING AND RETAINING EMPLOYEES
The length of employment at Bischof + Klein is considerably higher than the average throughout Germany. There are good reasons for this. We establish a strong relationship with all of our employees – even before a contract is signed. Our "Make a positive contribution to your life" campaign, including corporate health management and advanced training, shows which positive aspects make our company attractive as a trainer and employer.
- B+K is a secure, forward-thinking employer.
- B+K offers good opportunities for advancement.
- B+K is a down-to-earth family-owned company.
- B+K presents employees with challenging tasks.
Awards at state level confirm the high quality of training at B+K. Amongst other measures, we ensure this by means of seconded employees and numerous specialist trainers. Above average examination results demonstrate the success of our commitment. Due to the demographic trend, the number of suitable applicants is constantly on the decline. We are meeting this challenge with our employer brand campaign and further measures.
Corporate health management not only offers specific measures, actions and stimuli that are aimed at maintaining health. It also strengthens fundamental health consciousness.
The work-life balance is supported by flexible part-time work, flexitime and home office agreement, "B+K flexitime model without core times", flexible working time regulations for relatives who act as carers.