What makes us proud
Our entrepreneurial commitment has been recognized many times, for example, with the Lünendonk Business-to-Business Award in the "Performance" category or the Digital Leader Award. We are proud of this! But we also have a lot to show when it comes to our team and working conditions: For example, Arvato Systems has been named a top employer by the Top Employers Institute every year since 2014 and has received various awards for its Kuala Lumpur location, including the "HR Asia - Best Companies to Work for" award. We also carry the Fair Company Seal, an award from the Fair Company Initiative of the Handelsblatt and Wirtschaftswoche, and the Prout Employer Seal.
FAQ and More Information About the Awards:
The Top Employers Institute awards certifications to companies worldwide that display an excellent commitment to their employees.
One essential component of the Top Employer certification program is that all participating companies are subject to a standardized auditing process. Companies must comply with the high standard requirements to be certified. To increase the strength and legitimacy of the certification process, all results and documentation are forwarded to a centralized body for final evaluation.
The Top Employer Institute verifies and audits employee services in the following categories:
- Talent strategy
- Human resources planning
- Training and development
- Performance management
- Executive development
- Career and succession planning
- Compensation and benefits
- Corporate culture
Practical experience is part of university education. Students come to companies to enrich their academic knowledge with valuable work experience. Arvato Systems takes on many interns and student trainees every year for varying time periods, ranging from a few weeks to several months. These students provide us with highly motivated support and gain valuable knowledge. We give young talent a fair chance, and that is why we were awarded the Fair Company Initiative seal of approval from the Handelsblatt and WirtschaftsWoche magazines on 1 April 2013. The initiative is a voluntary agreement to institute responsible work policies for students, interns, and young professionals.Learn more about Fair Company
Today, homophobia and transphobia are still commonplace. People who do not live a supposedly heteronormative life experience overt and covert discrimination in the workplace. For example, half of all homosexuals and bisexuals do not dare to come out in the workplace. As a result, they have to put too much energy into the forced game of hiding and seek. PROUTEMPLOYERS support the PROUT AT WORK Foundation financially and communicate both internally and externally: "We are committed to creating a work environment that is open to all people - regardless of their sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or gender characteristics and traits". (source: PROUTEMPLOYER)