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This is Boehringer Ingelheim's career blog.

 

Why a separate career blog? We believe that people who are interested in Boehringer Ingelheim as an employer are not just interested in information and facts about the company but also want a somewhat more personal view. They want to know what it looks like inside the company, what it feels like to work here and what employees say about their life in the company. These are exactly the topics we want to include in our blog as they show that Boehringer Ingelheim is a family business with staff who enjoy working for the company.

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This blog is about working at Boehringer Ingelheim – and therefore about people.

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Boehringer Ingelheim's corporate culture is based on respect and tolerance. This also applies to this blog.

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"We promote an inclusive culture which accepts people’s experience and capabilities regardless of background, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation or generation, says Marc Hasson. "
Jacqueline Berlin, Talent Acquisition Specialist
"I started working with Boehringer Ingelheim, because, it has a vision!, says Panos Dimopoulos. "
Jacqueline Berlin, Talent Acquisition Specialist
"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
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