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Every person is different! And at valantic, with all their differences, very welcome! Because we live and love diversity and inclusion. No matter if you’re old or young, if you identify as man, woman or transgender. Whether you live with a disability or without. And regardless of your sexual orientation, religion or worldview: Our attitude towards different people, opinions and cultures is open.
In doing so, we attach great importance to understanding, respecting and appreciating differences. Because each of us is part of a diversity that is not an obstacle, but – quite the opposite – an enrichment of our living and working environment.
And feel very welcome at valantic!
Image source: Charta der Vielfalt
More than 50 nationalities work at valantic.
The proportion of women at valantic is a quarter higher than the industry average – in 2020, this was 17.5 percent in the IT industry (Source: eurostat).
30% of all new hires are women (in the IT industry only every 7th applicant is a woman (Source: Bitkom (German language only!)).
We have 17 flexible working time models suited to an optimal life / work balance.
Over the years, valantic has received more than 100 awards including bester Berater, kununu Top Company, fair company, yourfirm TOP Arbeitgeber im Mittelstand, Best Place to Work and many more.
valantic supports the work of women and is an advocate for minority rights
Like to the Charter’s initiators, we are also convinced that:
“The diversity of society, influenced by globalization and by demographic and societal changes, shapes the world of work in Germany. We can only be successful economically and as a society if we acknowledge, promote and leverage the existing diversity. That pertains to the diversity of our workforce and to the diverse needs of our business partners and of citizens. Employees’ diversity with their different competencies and talents open up opportunities for innovative and creative solutions.
The implementation of the ‘Charter of Diversity’ in our organization aims to create an appreciative work environment – irrespective of age, ethnic background and nationality, gender and gender identity, physical and mental abilities, religion and worldview, sexual orientation and social background. Appreciating and promoting diverse potential produces economic benefits for our organization.
We create a climate of mutual respect and trust. This has positive effects on our reputation in Germany and in other countries in the world.”
(Source: Wording of Charta der Vielfalt, September 2021)
As a member of Charta der Vielfalt and a partner of Global Digital Women (GDW), valantic particularly also supports the interests of women in the digital economy. Under the motto “One step ahead”, GDW supports “a diverse business world that is ahead of the times. Inclusive companies that have broken down old structures and opened innovative career paths. Sustainable brands that live equality and gender diversity” – that’s the vision of GDW and valantic.
In doing so, we actively support GDW’s mission “to make the world more diverse, accelerate gender equality, increase the percentage of women in leadership and digital professions, and advocate for equitable participation of all in business and society.”
(Source: Global Digital Women – Vision & Mission, September 2021)
Our internal women’s network
valantic also sees it as a social commitment to strive for diversity and equality within its internal organization. One aspect that characterizes the IT and consulting sector is the low quota of women. To counter this trend, valantic has created an internal women’s network, “valantic Women Power”, which is a platform for valantic’s female employees.
Within this network, female employees at valantic can exchange ideas about career and future topics from society, science and business and help actively shape them. The resulting ideas are intended to support women in their careers, strengthen their visibility and enrich the work of valantic through diversity.
Founder and CEO of valantic
”From the very beginning, it has been valantic’s goal to be ‘different’ and give free rein to this difference in all dimensions. That’s why the diversity, equality and multiplicity of our colleagues is so close to my heart.”“
Director Shared Services Center Recruitment at valantic
”We want to create a culture where truly everyone feels comfortable and welcome.“
You can discover more in our interviews and blog posts
Antonia Demleitner tells us why, as a mathematician, she took the leap into SAP consulting at valantic and she gives us an overview of her tasks as an SAP TM consultant on projects.
Claudia Jost has worked for valantic since 2018 and implements large S/4HANA projects as an SAP consultant in the area of purchasing and master data. In the interview, she gives us insight into the SAP consultant's world, talks about efficient implementation of SAP S/4HANA projects, the challenges of being a consultant, and explains what she likes about valantic as an employer.
Heike Springmann provides insights into the rapidly expanding valantic Academy, its structure, what trainings it offers, and why its user and requirements-oriented approach is essential.
As part-time Director of Recruitment – Birgitt Schmidt-Tophoff shows us that this is possible! In the interview she provides us with insight into her role, tasks, and how her daily work has changed now that she works part-time.
Ines Schilling, SAP HCM Consultant, has been a part of the valantic team for three months. In the interview, she provides some insight into how, even without an IT background, she found her way in the IT world quickly thanks to efficient onboarding.
Michelle Havel gives us exciting insights into People & Culture Development, its design and implementation and why people are always the focus at valantic.
Is it possible to combine work and studies? Jan Göttsche shows us how! In this Interview he will talk to us about his responsibilities in planning and forecasting, as well as explain how he manages his workday with the support of HR and a specialist team.