Heike Neumeister

Anyone who handles HR topics and real estate learns a great deal about a group. It’s as fascinating as it is surprising and always involves people. People who are really passionate about their work, who have really good ideas and who work together to turn these ideas into reality. It’s about tradition and change – and always at the same time. This is now also reflected in my private life. My tradition of running is now 12 years old and my favorite way of realizing change is by moving into new apartments.

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People at thyssenkrupp | When Lisa Krabbe was hired by thyssenkrupp at the age of 22, little did she know that years later she would become part of a very elite group, “Women Plant Managers at thyssenkrupp”! In terms of career development and working atmosphere thyssenkrupp is Lisa’s place to be. Lisa has been managing the thyssenkrupp Crankshaft’s Forging plant in Veedersburg for a few years now and says that although it was a long journey, she would not trade it for anything.
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Automotive-sector | People at thyssenkrupp | From the Electrical Engineering Competence Center in Budapest Hungary to the North American EPS in Troy, MI, Imre Benyo has definitely made moves as well as good use of his extensive Mechanical and Electrical Engineering expertise. He says that what he likes most about his job are the versatile tasks as well as the freedom to perform those tasks.