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Company | Corporate culture | When it comes to health in the workplace, Dr. Anja Berkenfeld is the first point of contact. The specialist for internal medicine and occupational medicine has been working for thyssenkrupp in the field of occupational safety and health protection for 18 years. However, she does not only encounter running noses and cuts – mental illnesses are also becoming an increasing challenge for her team.
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Corporate culture | Engagement | People at thyssenkrupp | thyssenkrupp worldwide | His grandpa is a great role model for Scott Longmire, a real hero. Also, because he was strong for his family despite his moving story. At the age of eight, Grandpa Tom lost both parents. Suddenly he was homeless. He was saved by the youth home "Mercy Home" in Chicago. What would Grandpa Tom's life have been like without the sanctuary? Would he have given birth to Scott's mother? For Scott it's clear that he too owes his life to Mercy Home. Now he's running the Chicago Marathon to raise money for the youth home.
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Career at thyssenkrupp | Corporate culture | Engagement | People at thyssenkrupp | Whether you are a trained engineer, a purposeful multi-talent or a motivated career changer – if you are passionate, there is always a place for you in our #teamtk. To breathe life into this statement, some of our colleagues tell you about their way to thyssenkrupp. One of them: Meaghan Addante. She is the perfect example of how passion can move mountains.
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Career at thyssenkrupp | Corporate culture | Work safety | Every day we take care of many things: we take care of our family, our friends, our pets, our jobs. But when do we actually take the time to care for ourselves? To raise awareness for this problem, the International Self Care Day was launched in 2011. It has since then been celebrated annually on July 24, a date that symbolizes that the benefits of self-care are experienced 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.