The struggle for the best specialists and demographic change are just a few of the issues that also concern us as a company. In times in which corporate success increasingly depends on the availability, competence and commitment of employees, it is becoming increasingly important to attract, retain and develop them.
In doing so, the Universal-Investment Group relies on a corporate culture of responsibility and autonomy. This includes the promotion of equal rights and diversity as well as support for the compatibility of family and career, for example through the participation in childcare costs or close cooperation with pme Familienservice in the areas of childcare, homecare eldercare or coaching in life situations.
In addition, by involving our colleagues in our employee development programme, we help them to realise their professional and personal potential.