(Marchtrenk, Austria, 28 December 2020) Best Recruiters is the largest recruiting survey in the German-speaking area. It analyses and evaluates recruiting measures of companies based on scientific criteria. Its focus is on the digital footprint (website, social media, job portals), job fairs and how the company interacts when reaching out to people. In the course of the coronavirus pandemic, remote work and measures to protect the health of employees also played a prominent role this year.
"We are excited about the award. It is a great acknowledgement of the dedicated and successful work of our colleagues in recruiting. It is very important to us as a company that we make the application process transparent and respond to the candidates as individuals – completely in line with our philosophy of 'Focusing on People – Learning and Growing'," says Harald Schröpf, CEO of TGW Logistics Group. "TGW is a successful company in a growth industry. In the current fiscal year we are searching for 400 new employees – particularly for our software, controls and project management sections."
In addition to information on the announced vacancy, potential career development, the state-of-the-art work environment and benefits are also in focus in the application process at TGW.
These include professional development opportunities as part of the international TGW Academy, flex time, dual employee participation as well as numerous measures for achieving a balance between work and family life.
Currently, more than 3,700 employees on three continents work for TGW, about 2,000 of them at the Austrian locations of Marchtrenk, Wels and Rohrbach.
They plan, build and maintain highly automated logistics centres all over the globe – including software, controls, mechatronics and robotics. Our customers include companies that are international market leaders and well-known brands such as Puma, Zalando and Mango.
As a foundation-owned company, TGW is a stable and reliable employer and active in a growing industry with a very promising future. The intralogistics specialist can never be sold. Two-thirds of profits stay in the company and are reinvested – in our employees, our infrastructure and the innovations of tomorrow. Furthermore, at least ten percent of profits go towards charitable projects for the purpose of fostering the personal and professional development of children and adolescents.