"Our steady growth is due to the extraordinary performance of our employees!"
Dr. Christophe Campana | CEO | Campana & Schott
The Great Place to Work® Institute has honored Campana & Schott as one of the best employers in Germany: In the annual survey “Great Place to Work”, the management and technology consulting company was ranked in 13th place among over 70 participating companies with 251 to 500 employees. This award honors companies that offer a particularly positive and attractive corporate culture for their employees. In the category Consulting Employers with 250+ Employees, the company was previously ranked in third place out of 52 participating consulting firms.
Ninety-nine percent of Campana & Schott employees who participated in the survey said: “The company has a friendly work atmosphere.” Ninety-four percent of employees are given a lot of responsibility and 92 percent are treated as full members of the company regardless of their position. In addition, nine out of ten colleagues say that they feel like a part of a family, and they also report a good team spirit.
“We are extremely pleased with this excellent result,” says CEO Dr. Christophe Campana. “Respect, a passionate commitment and diversity are key values that can be experienced at our company every single day. This honor is a great confirmation for us, and another motivator for the future.”
“The award stands for a workplace culture that is primarily defined by trust, pride and team spirit,” says Frank Hauser, Managing Director of the German Great Place to Work® Institute. “Attractive working conditions and a culture that promotes collaboration are the key to financial success and the ability to manage important future issues.”
Using proven methods, technologies and the right people, Campana & Schott has helped companies manage complex change processes for more than 25 years. A passion for collaboration plays a key role in this regard. Campana & Schott is an expert for the digital workplace and uses modern Smart Office technologies in its own company. The workplaces at the company provide modern technologies that enable rapid and easy communication between colleagues and partners. The German Social Collaboration Study, which is conducted by Campana & Schott and TU Darmstadt every year, also confirms that this has a positive effect on not just efficiency but also the corporate culture. The fourth edition of the study will be released at the beginning of April.
Companies of all sizes and industries across Germany participated in the Great Place to Work competition “Germany's Best Employer 2019”. They voluntarily agreed to have the quality and attractiveness of their work culture assessed by the independent Great Place to Work® Institute and the opinions of their own employees. The list of best employers was determined from the total number of participants, differentiated by company size.
The assessment was based on an extensive anonymous survey of employees regarding key work issues such as confidence in managers, quality of collaboration, respect, identification with the company, career opportunities, compensation, health promotion and work-life balance. In addition, management was also asked about human resource development measures and offerings in the company.