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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.

Recent Press Releases

  • 07/03/20

    Cool initiative: Audi Occupational Health joins in the Tetris Challenge

    What looks like a carefully unpacked toy from above is actually real. The paramedics from Audi Occupational Health have now taken the Tetris Challenge, too. What is the challenge? To completely clean out the service vehicle and neatly arrange the equipment next to the ambulance – including the paramedics themselves. A nice side effect of this fun inventory: The equipment gets checked and overhauled in the process.
  • 07/01/20

    Anniversary in the year of the coronavirus: 100 years of health protection at Audi

    Good health is in higher demand than ever: Audi Health Protection is celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2020. Thanks to the coronavirus, there will be no big celebration. “The coronavirus pandemic has once again demonstrated the central importance of our health, both in society and at companies. At Audi, the health of our employees is at the forefront of everything we do,” says Chief HR Officer Sabine Maaßen.
  • 06/26/20

    Head for the future: the dual study program at Audi

    The Audi sites in Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm are launching their 2021 application period with a wide range of future-focused dual study bachelor’s and master’s degree programs. Audi students and program managers will provide live insights into the degree programs and answer all questions relating to the courses on offer during virtual stream and chat information events on July 6 and 8. Prospective students can then apply from July 13 to September 13, 2020, for the semester starting in winter 2021.
  • 06/19/20

    Strategic decisions strengthen Audi’s China business and model series management

    This Thursday, the Supervisory Board of AUDI AG decided on further structural changes, thus strengthening the premium brand’s vehicle-project business. A newly created division will independently manage the model series with currently 65 models as well as the Premium Platform Electric (PPE) project house. Audi CEO Markus Duesmann, in his additional function as Board of Management Member for Development, will also head the new division, which is to be a client for Technical Development. The Supervisory Board has made another strategic decision: The Chairman of the Board of Management will assume direct responsibility for the China business in the future.
  • 06/18/20

    Audi realigns its Technical Development division

    CEO Markus Duesmann is also Head of Technical Development at Audi with immediate effect. Nearly three months after becoming Chairman of the Board of Management, the Supervisory Board on Thursday additionally entrusted him with responsibility for Technical Development at AUDI AG. Duesmann will realign the premium brand’s development division with a special focus on process quality. He will be supported by a Chief Operating Officer, who will coordinate the day-to-day business of the development engineers, and a Chief Transition Architect, who will organize the realignment of the Technical development at Audi. Hans-Joachim Rothenpieler is leaving the company at his own request.

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