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06/17/22
Company

Sustainability in Audi’s gastronomy services: “We want to make a good choice easy”

Ingolstadt, June 17, 2022 – Audi has decided to reduce emissions through its entire value chain. At first glance, it might seem surprising that its gastronomy services also play a small, but important role. However, that is cleared up on a closer look: sustainability with an eye toward what we eat means handling our resources carefully, protecting our environment, and avoiding long storage or transportation distances. Therefore, Audi’s gastronomy services consistently orient their offerings toward these criteria – and they do it across the entire value chain, from fostering regional suppliers to reducing carbon emissions to avoiding food waste in Audi’s company cafeterias. To mark the Day of sustainable gastronomy (June 18), Victoria Broscheit, head of Audi’s gastronomy services, sat for an interview about the company’s role as a multiplier for sustainable and healthy food, employees’ growing interest in conscious eating – and the question of why sustainability in gastronomy services is also a matter of attitude.
06/17/22
Company

"A win-win for both sides. And for humanity."

32 years ago, the Georgian Chamber Orchestra found its exile in Ingolstadt. Since then, it has been anchored firmly in the city's cultural life. It is impossible to imagine the Audi Summer Concerts without it. This year, it will again perform at the Audi Klassik Open, bringing memories of the orchestra's eventful history back to life. Two of the orchestra's musicians share a story of hope.
05/25/22
Company

We.Together: International Diversity and Inclusion Days show diversity of Audi Group

How attractive is job sharing for male managers? What are the experiences of one year of gender-sensitive language? Can social media promote diversity? And what is the best way to overcome boundaries through working together? To celebrate European Diversity Month, Audi is offering employees all over the world an online event covering a range of topics and spanning multiple days. The event will highlight the high value the international Audi family places on diversity and inclusion.
05/16/22
Company

Audi is designing a hybrid working world

Audi is expanding its hybrid work model. After the pandemic, the working world will be a mix of remote and on-site work. Together with the Works Council, the in-house Better Normal project is developing fields of activity for every division of the company. Concrete solutions are also being developed for areas where remote work is not possible. That is how Audi is continuously promoting the company’s digital transformation.
03/31/22
Company

From gamer to game-changer: Apply now at Audi for traineeships with perspective

Whether it's IT specialist, mechatronics technician or digitalization management assistant (m/f/d): Audi offers exciting training opportunities for young talents. To coincide with tomorrow's start of applications for the 2023 training year, school students can find interesting insights into jobs with perspective at audi.com/deineZukunft. From April 5, they can also find out about careers that are in-demand at the Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm sites at the digital event format "#stream&chat".
03/29/22
Company

Shift work with leeway: pilot project for more flexible working hours in Audi production

Shift work is well known for its rigidity. It sticks closely to a schedule that usually does not allow any flexibility at all. Employees who change to part-time work because of changes in their personal circumstances used to be required to transfer to new workplaces. But Audi has started a pilot project as part of its transformation and it has pioneering potential for flexible work in clocked car production.
12/10/21
Company

Audi supporting 42Heilbronn and 42Wolfsburg programming schools

Audi is donating nearly one million euros to the 42Heilbronn and 42Wolfsburg programming schools. The funds will go toward a four-year scholarship program at the privately funded, nonprofit IT schools. In doing so, the company is strengthening the regional educational environments for the digital transformation of the German automotive industry and an innovative vocational training program. In addition, the scholarships give financially and socially disadvantaged students the opportunity to receive highly qualified training in professional fields of the future.
11/12/21
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Audi receives the Otto Heinemann Prize for achieving balance between work and care

Audi is now officially a “model for a care-friendly working environment“: the company with the four rings won the 2021 Otto Heinemann Prize in the category of “companies with over 5,000 employees” for establishing a balance between work and care. It won over the jury of specialists with its varied support and counseling offerings for employees and is now one of only three companies in Germany designated as care-friendly employers in 2021. The prize was awarded digitally and as part of the Berlin Pflegekonferenz (Berlin Care Conference) on November 11 by service provider spectrumK, the Betriebskrankenkassen Dachverband (BKK DV, umbrella organization for company health insurance funds), and the Innungskrankenkassen e.V. (IKK, Guild Health Insurance Funds) in three categories corresponding to company size.
10/27/21
Company

Audi is establishing a high-voltage battery development at the Neckarsulm site (Key statements)

Audi is expanding its development of high-voltage batteries and banking on the Neckarsulm location for that. With that strategic decision, technical development will be intensified for the future and Neckarsulm will become a center of competency for a key electromobility technology. Additionally, a battery center for testing high-voltage storage technologies will go into operation by 2023. Further proof that Audi is transforming its locations and setting the course for the age of electric mobility.
10/27/21
Company

Audi is establishing a high-voltage battery development at the Neckarsulm site

Audi is expanding its development of high-voltage batteries and banking on the Neckarsulm location for that. With that strategic decision, technical development will be intensified for the future and Neckarsulm will become a center of competency for a key electromobility technology. Employees will be trained for that by the end of 2020. In order to specialize in the field of high-voltage batteries, Audi will offer its employees in the Neckarsulm Technical Development unit various advanced training opportunities in the coming years. Audi is already developing high-voltage batteries for plug-in hybrids (PHEV) in Neckarsulm. Now, development of complete high-voltage battery portfolios for fully electric vehicles is being predominantly settled at that location and gradually expanded for that purpose. Additionally, a battery center for testing high-voltage storage technologies will go into operation by 2023.
09/23/21
Company

Employees shape transformation: Digital qualification at Audi continues to pick up speed

“Digital Shift”, a future-oriented pilot project that aims to transform the workforce, has been launched at Audi site at Neckarsulm. The project gives employees the opportunity to qualify for future jobs in Digital Production. An unconventional recruiting concept puts the focus on interests instead of qualifications. This qualification initiative will serve as the blueprint for additional pilot projects. Under the project name “Digital Future”, IT-minded employees at the Ingolstadt site will also have the opportunity to upgrade their qualifications.
08/31/21
Company

Interview with Sabine Maaßen: “Strategic roadmap offers guidance during the biggest transformation in our history”

How is Audi organizing the transformation for its employees? With clear objectives, new structures, and open communication, supported by the common Audi spirit. In this interview, Sabine Maaßen, Member of the Board of Management for Human Resources, and Stefan Kühl, organizational sociologist, provide further details.
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