GIGATRONIK receives award for exemplary human resources work

GIGATRONIK Ingolstadt has been awarded the demograFIT Award 2015 by the Strategische Partnerschaft Sensorik e. V. (translated ‘Strategic Partnership Sensor Technology Association) for exemplary and innovative human resources work.

von links: Dr. Hubert Steigerwald (SPS), Georg Martin (Dallmeier electronic), Dr. Georg Schwab (AVL Software and Functions), Rudolf Eberl (GIGATRONIK Ingolstadt), Stefan Kiefl (euro engineering), Anja Kornprobst (Continental Automotive). Bild: SPS

Win employees, support, motivate and secure specialist staff - particularly against the backdrop of the demographic change; successful human resources work is becoming one of the most important factors for companies as skilled staff is their most precious asset. The Strategische Partnerschaft Sensorik e. V. awards the demograFIT-Award (SPS) to companies in the region whose human resources work and organisation development is aligned towards the challenges of the demographic change and who therefore provide good practices for sustainable human resources work in companies. Further awardees alongside GIGATRONIK Ingolstadt were AVL Software and Functions GmbH, Continental Automotive GmbH, euro engineering AG and Dallmeier electronic GmbH & Co. KG.

The jury assessed the application submitted by GIGATRONIK Ingolstadt as a best practice approach for human resources work directed at the individual employee within a middle-sized company in the IT and electronics industry. Particularly the very successful and highly integrative handling of the fields of recruitment, networking, employer branding, training and further education as well as work-life-balance, which has been lived at GIGATRONIK Ingolstadt for many years already, were presented as being exemplary.

“We are are very happy to receive this award for the human resources work done to date. At the same time we see it as being an incentive for the future in order to continue to offer our employees attractive conditions at GIGATRONIK Ingolstadt” says Rudolf Eberl, Head of Human Resources at GIGATRONIK in Ingolstadt.

In the brochure “demograFITte Companies in Cluster Sensor Technology” good practice approaches of the awardee companies are presented in detail.

On behalf of the Free State of Bavaria, the Strategische Partnerschaft Sensorik e. V. bundles the interests of companies, universities and other research institutes in the area of sensor technology. With about 60 member companies and institutes from economy and science, as well as 150 partners, SPS has established itself as the strongest and most recognised network for the sensor technology industry.

Florian Rubländer
Corporate Communications