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the driving force behind our success.

During the last few years, we have been able to successfully position ourselves on the market and have been able to expand strongly as a result.  We owe this growth to the dedication and loyalty of our employees – particularly in times of trouble and in difficult situations.

The employees are the key factor for our success.

Our employees take center stage in our company.

The demands made on our employees are those of flexibility, a dedicated professionalism and the constant desire to help our company in its further development.

The quality of our products and processes stands in direct relation to the quality and day-to-day work of our employees.

We are absolutely convinced that our employees represent the decisive competitive advantage for our company. With this in mind, we implement intelligent human resources projects to give this key factor – THE PEOPLE WITHIN THE COMPANY – the status they deserve.

Our objective is to win the hearts, minds and enthusiasm of our employees for our company through attractive workplaces, interesting and challenging jobs, and a modern management approach. To communicate with one another – that is just as important in a professional setting as it is in private relationships.

That is why we have created an open communication platform as a source of dialog with our employees. An integral part of this approach is the employee magazine "360°". This publication is intended to be both a useful source of information and a multifaceted Ideas Exchange that reports from the entire group of Schlote companies at all its various locations.

Moreover, we also offer our executives a guideline of principles for their day-to-day work activities in the form of a Executive Mission Statement. With these standards, defined in written form for the first time, the work of our management team is informed by norms and values that the SCHLOTE GROUP stands for and that are to be reflected in the conduct of our individual superiors.

All executives bear responsibility for the day-to-day implementation of this attitude and this approach; after all, the executive guideline forms the basis for how our managers see their role and what it is they have to do.