- Published on Thursday, 16 May 2019 09:30
Satisfied employees are an important prerequisite for a company's success. But what exactly makes an optimal working environment, apart from adequate salary, additional benefits and appreciation of ones work?
In cooperation with Jessica Winkler, Masters student in Human Resources Management, Sedenius is now getting to the bottom of this question. At the core of her final thesis Jessica is conducting an empirical study on the subject "Good work in the IT sector". The focus is on job satisfaction, which she wants to explore with Sedenius as an example. What exactly makes our employees satisfied, and where is potential for improvement? In order to find answers to these questions, Jessica is conducting individual interviews with each team member. She will then process the interviews in her master's thesis in an anonymized way.
We hope that the results will provide us with a solid basis for better understanding the needs of our team members and uncovering potential for improvement.
We wish for Jessica every success with her Master's thesis, and for us very revealing and profitable results!
- Published on Wednesday, 17 April 2019 10:44
How time flies! Spring has already arrived and Easter is just around the corner. We wish all our customers and business partners as well as our entire team and their family relaxing and sunny Easter days along with a generous Easter bunny.
- Published on Monday, 15 April 2019 18:13
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- Published on Tuesday, 09 April 2019 11:03
It is well known that fruit is healthy and, in addition, tasty. We therefore provide our team members besides drinks-for-free with fresh fruit and thus hope to foster a healthy diet.
Now we are all the more pleased to have found a fruit provider who supplies us with a regional fruit mix several times a week. With this we are making a small contribution to strengthening fruit growers in our area and helping to reduce fuel consumption through shorter transport distances.