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Engagement | People at thyssenkrupp | thyssenkrupp worldwide | COVID-19 left a significant mark on Italy – especially the North of the country was highly affected by the Corona virus outbreak. Now, that the numbers of new infections are going down; countries across Europe are cautiously lifting the lockdown. Our colleagues at thyssenkrupp Berco are also ramping up production again. Slowly, with utmost caution, and strict hygiene regiments a first step towards normality is made at Berco Italy by starting production again.
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Corporate culture | Engagement | People at thyssenkrupp | thyssenkrupp worldwide | Work safety | The numbers of new Corona infections are going down and countries across Europe are cautiously lifting the lockdown. But it will take time before everyone can return to work safely. At thyssenkrupp Berco, original equipment manufacturer of undercarriage components and systems for heavy machinery in Northern Italy, our colleagues have already started the transition back to work. How do they keep safe while ramping up their business?
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Engagement | People at thyssenkrupp | thyssenkrupp worldwide | Work safety | IT departments around the world are working at full speed to ensure a fully functioning home office. Local colleagues are stepping in for those who are no longer able to travel to project locations from abroad. Others are taking on responsibility to keep those plants running that cannot be shut down or paused. COVID-19 greatly affected the way we work and taught us to be #strongertogether. We asked our employees: How does your working day look like during the pandemic and what challenges do you currently face?
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Corporate culture | Engagement | People at thyssenkrupp | thyssenkrupp worldwide | Work safety | The rapid development of the Corona pandemic is leading to supply bottlenecks in many places. Appropriate protective clothing for medical personnel, volunteers or risk groups is in short supply worldwide. To help these everyday heroes, aid initiatives are being set up around the world - as well as at thyssenkrupp.
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Apprenticeship at thyssenkrupp | Engagement | Historie | thyssenkrupp is a unique company. This is also due to its very eventful history of over 200 years. Particularly with regard to the  active role in the Nazi era and the Third Reich, the history of the company requires to take a critical and unsparing look at it. "Here, our history holds us responsible. We acknowledge this and take a clear stand. We have a responsibility to play our part in keeping memory alive and ensuring that 'never again' never loses its power," says Oliver Burkhard, member of the Executive Board of thyssenkrupp AG. Examples of this are the study trips to Auschwitz and Dachau, which have been offered for many years by the Group Youth and Apprentice Representative Council, always under the slogan ‘Never stop remembering’.