Social-Media-Managerin bei BOBBY&CARL

Vera Schmies

Be it crisis communication or Instagram stories: In the Social Media & Content Team at BOBBY&CARL I explore the diversity of thyssenkrupp every day, bring innovations to life, spark excitement for sustainable technologies and communicate strategic decisions – on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram or the engineered blog. All this preferably live, on-site and behind the scenes.

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Apprenticeship at thyssenkrupp | Career at thyssenkrupp | Corporate culture | Anyone who plays with the idea of starting an apprenticeship as a mother or father of small children is often confronted with prejudices. For many people, it still sounds impossible to combine child care and education. The balancing act between toys and textbooks is simply not feasible. Or is it? The experience of Désirée Kirchmann and Julia Wach, apprentices at thyssenkrupp, shows that having a child and doing an apprenticeship can be combined.
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People at thyssenkrupp | thyssenkrupp worldwide | Work safety | When it comes to health in the workplace, Dr. Anja Berkenfeld is the first point of contact at thyssenkrupp. The Head of Occupational Safety & Health and specialist in internal medicine has been working for the group for more than 18 years. However, she does not only encounter running noses and cuts. Since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, condemning a global pandemic has become a major part of her daily work.
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Company | People at thyssenkrupp | thyssenkrupp worldwide | Work safety | The outbreak of the novel coronavirus imposed massive restrictions on our daily life. Countries around the globe are struggling with overwhelmed healthcare systems and in many places, life came to a halt. While the world was looking anxiously at China, observing the developments in the country, others already faced the pandemic. One of them was Thorsten Heidack, CEO of our plant technology business in China.
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Company | Historie | innovation | Worth knowing | For the fifth time in succession thyssenkrupp is among the 100 most active companies in the annual ranking of the European Patent Office (EPO). In 2019 alone the Group filed more than 600 first-time patent applications for inventions. With 300 patent applications to the European Patent Office, thyssenkrupp ranks 12th among Germany's most active companies in 2019. no wonder, as innovative strength and protection of intellectual property have a long tradition in the company: thyssenkrupp's patent department is one of the oldest in the country.