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Top Job award 2011

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The Top Job survey - employer competition conducted by the University of St. Gallen - has published its latest results: Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe (FSEU) was identified as Germany's best employer among small and medium-sized enterprises with 101 to 500 employees. After reaching the second place in 2010, FSEU has proven continuous optimization in its recent company history.

Duisburg, Germany, 27.01.2011 - Wolfgang Clement, mentor of the Top Job initiative, presents FSEU with the prestigious "Top Job" award at a ceremony in Duisburg-Nord Industrial Landscape Park. The study analyses HR management instruments and takes a close look at their efficiency in an employee opinion survey. The best of the best were also visited by a TOP JOB jury before the final decision was made.

The survey examines the categories: Leadership & Vision, Family Awareness & Demography, Motivation & Dynamism, Employee Development & Prospects, Culture & Communication and Internal Entrepreneurship. The judges were particularly impressed by how the company culture and identification were held high despite economic crisis and competitive pressure during the recent recession. Bonus cuts and an extremely open communication throughout the departments made it possible for all staff to stay on board with all their valuable know-how.

Top Job award  2011 Saskia Ganter, Sonja Morrison, Ricarda Mosebach (FSEU), Prof. Dr. Heike Bruch (Universität St. Gallen), Wolfgang Clement (Mentor), Axel Tripkewitz (FSEU)

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Top Job award 2011

"Top Job" employers make use of individually tailored HR strategies and have a strong sense of responsibility towards their employees. FSEU has effectively implemented various measures in order to measure its workplace qualities and its leadership competencies. "We are proud of being awarded, among companies of our size, the title EMPLOYER OF THE YEAR 2011", says Axel Tripkewitz, Senior Director HR & Business Support Services Europe.