We consider each member of our staff as individual personalities. We are aware that best performances and career fulfillment are closely linked to individual well-being. For this reason, we attach great emphasis on a good working environment and provide our employees with support in the private, family and health sector.
As an employee of the Ecclesia Group you have many options of balancing work and life. Alongside with flexible working hours, holiday pay and Christmas bonus, you benefit from various social benefits and varied health and fitness programs. A company bistro and free parking lots at the Detmold location simplify your daily working life.
Areas in which we support you:
With our family-oriented personnel policy, you can reconcile family and career. We continuously strive to create the necessary structures to satisfy your individual needs.
Our diverse cooperation partners, who provide you with qualified advice, assist you and your family in coping with everyday life, for example, when it comes to care for dependents who require nursing or childcare. For parents of young children, for example, we offer care for children during school holidays or emergency childcare.
With specific health promoting activities and incentives, which have been awarded for outstanding corporate health management with the Corporate Health Award, we strive to promote the well-being of our employees – thus increasing their positive level of satisfaction and commitment. Our health programs do not only benefit you but also boost our company’s competitiveness.
In addition to voluntary health checks, we continuously organize information events, training programs and campaigns aimed at health-conscious behavior. For this, we hold a ‘health room’ available in our Detmold-based corporate headquarters.
Among other things, our health promotion scheme includes:
- Subsidies on internal and external courses for health-promoting behavior
- Bonus programs
- Massage service at many locations
- Lectures on various topics
- Participating in corporate challenge runs