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Vorsprung durch Technik originates in the minds of the employees. The goal of Human Resources is therefore to create the best possible conditions so that employees can be creative and drive innovation. Audi offers a modern work environment with many additional, personalized benefits, training and continuing education options, health programs, and support for family and career. As an attractive employer, Audi assumes social responsibility at its corporate locations and supports education, sports and culture as well as charitable foundations and volunteering.

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  • 10/21/19
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    Designers of a future worth living: Audi is sending young talents to the One Young World Summit

    Achieving economic progress and social justice consistent with the ecological limits of our planet: The United Nations has set 17 goals for a sustainable future worth living. These Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are the focus of the tenth One Young World Summit. Audi and the Audi Environmental Foundation are enabling 26 employees and external scholarship holders to participate in the global forum, which is taking place in London from October 22 to 25.
  • 10/10/19
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    “come with me” celebrates 10-year anniversary at Audi

    “Interessieren – Informieren – Ausprobieren” (Interest – Inform – Try it out) – that is the theme of the come with me program. Audi has been supporting the initiative to get school students interested in technology for a decade now, and around 500 young people from schools in the region have so far taken part in the Audi project. The initiators, the Bavarian Employers’ Associations for the Metalworking and Electrical Industries (bayme vbm e. V.), honor the brand with the four rings and other companies on Thursday for their long-standing cooperation. The anniversary event will be hosted by Audi.
  • 09/30/19
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    “Chefsache Inklusion” network meeting at Audi

    “Chefsache Inklusion”, which means “inclusion is a management issue”, is the theme for today’s meeting of decision-makers from associations and business in Ingolstadt. They are offering advice on how inclusion can succeed in the work environment. The expert forum is organized by the Berufsförderungswerke vocational training centers in Nuremberg and Munich, and the host this year is Audi.
  • 09/13/19
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    Audi promotes dialogue on dementia

    Audi is inviting its employees and the general public to a series of events about dementia from September 17 to 19. The program at the Ingolstadt site was developed in cooperation with Audi BKK and famPLUS GmbH and is tailored to family members of people dealing with dementia as well as interested members of the public.

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