As the largest employer in the region, Audi offers its employees a modern work environment, scope for innovation and numerous possibilities for individual development with a high level of job security. Audi employees are actively helping to shape such future topics as electric mobility, digitalization and the Smart Factory. In addition, entitlement to mobile working provides employees with a lot of flexibility in their daily working lives and enables them to better balance work and family life. Several recent rankings, such as the surveys carried out by trendence and Universum, document the high attractiveness of AUDI AG as an employer.
High employment: The Audi Neckarsulm site reached a new employment record in 2017. As of December 31, 2017, the Neckarsulm site employed 16,955 people. In 2017, 234 apprentices and 17 dual program students were taken on after completing their training. The average age of our employees in Neckarsulm is 42.5 and the average time they have been at the company is 18.1 years.
Top vocational training: As a future-oriented company, AUDI AG offers a large number of apprenticeships in the region. September 2017 saw 273 apprentices start their vocational training at Audi. In early October 2017, 14 young people began their studies at the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University and will work at Audi during their practical phase. As of December 31, 2017, there were 920 apprentices employed at the site.
Time for career and family: Balancing work and family life has traditionally held a high priority at Audi. That is why the company has been working together with “Kids on the move” since 2004; this is an association that offers full-day care in day care centers in Neckarsulm and the vicinity. 73 childcare places were provided at “Kids on the move” and the town of Bad Friedrichshall in 2017. In addition, child care is offered in Neckarsulm in the Easter, Whit, summer and autumn holidays.