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Diversity and Inclusion
17 August 2017
“Now things make sense!”
Denise

Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity – what does this have to do with the workplace? In this day and age, we believe a lot. Since only in 1990, the World Health Organisation (WHO) removed homosexuality from its list of diseases.

Together we are in a position to achieve things that are truly new and extraordinary, says Alice Oehninger.

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We as employer
16 August 2017
The logo and the imperial palace
Jacqueline Berlin

It is extremely important that business partners and customers recognize a company’s logo. So, it comes as no surprise that a great deal of thought goes into modifying or even just updating a logo.

Boehringer Ingelheim logo preserves the memory of an important architectural feature of Ingelheim.

Claudia Lehmann_Boehringer Ingelheim
Our employees
02 August 2017
“We need to get past the stereotypes”
Jacqueline Berlin

At Boehringer Ingelheim, we are powered by our people. This is why we nurture a diverse, collaborative and open environment, valuing and respecting the differences of our people because we are convinced that diversity is an enormous asset.

We simply cannot dedicate one hundred percent of our energy to our family and our career – nor should we have to, says Claudia Lehmann.

Simon Kurz Boehringer Ingelheim
Our employees
26 July 2017
First B, then A
Sarah Pfeffer

From the Ingelheim cafeteria to the Adlon Kempinski hotel in Berlin — the time Simon Kurz spent at Boehringer Ingelheim training to be a waiter has certainly paid off.

Training at Boehringer Ingelheim definitely gives you the tools you need for a successful future, says Simon Kurz, banquet waiter at the Adlon Kempinski hotel in Berlin.

Eda Subaslar_Boehringer Ingelheim
Our employees
11 July 2017
"We have a really nice company culture"
Jacqueline Berlin

Eda Subaslar works as an IT Manager in Denmark. Before she joined Boehringer Ingelheim she worked as an IT consultant with Boehringer Ingelheim as one of her clients. Unfortunately, Eda got ill and needed to quit her job as a consultant.

It was very important for me that Boehringer Ingelheim really cares for people, says Eda.

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"We simply cannot dedicate one hundred percent of our energy to our family and our career – nor should we have to, says Claudia Lehmann. "
Jacqueline Berlin, Talent Acquisition Specialist
"Swimming against the tide can be very worthwhile!, says Dr. Elke Simon. "
Jacqueline Berlin, Talent Acquisition Specialist
"My efforts are helping to ensure that patients and healthcare providers learn about the therapies we offer!, says Johanna Flesch. "
Sarah Pfeffer
"Making More Health has deepened my understanding of charity and the right way to create social value that is, ‘teaching a man to fish rather than giving him a fish’, says Cynthia Chen. "
Jacqueline Berlin, Talent Acquisition Specialist
"It was very important for me that Boehringer Ingelheim really cares for people, says Eda. "
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