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“Better Normal”: working and learning at Audi goes remote

“Better Normal”: working and learning at Audi goes remote
  • Audi paving the way forward to the hybrid enterprise and embracing flexible working arrangements
  • Trainees to have ability to spend up to 20 percent of training program learning remotely
  • Audi Member of the Board of Management for Human Resources and Organization Sabine Maaßen: “We’re approaching digital transformation holistically, from training to retirement.”
  • Chairman of the General Works Council Peter Mosch: “The modern concept boosts the self-confidence of Audi employees.“

Audi is making major strides in the digital transformation of its collaboration processes. The company continues to expand its combination of remote, semi-remote, and office-based work. Audi is also incorporating remote learning into its vocational training programs. In close collaboration with the local Chamber of Industry and Commerce, Audi has developed a plan for a flexible learning and collaboration culture. On the basis of this concept, the Board of Management and the works council have agreed to permanently incorporate remote learning in the vocational training program. In the future, vocational trainees at Audi will be able to learn digitally for up to 20 percent of their training program.

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