adidas defended the 1st place at the female recruiting award on 8 June 2013 the women & work, Germany’s largest trade fair Congress for women, for the third time took place. Thousands of women from all over Germany flocked point 10:00 the World Conference Center Bonn. We are huge,”says Organizer Melanie Vogel. With the women & work 2013 we could connect seamlessly to the success of the first two years.” Nearly 100 businesses were on June 8th from 10:00 to 17:30 question and answer and informed the interested women career entry and restart entry opportunities and career paths in the boardrooms. Landing – and while high point of the company presentations on the women & work was the company SLAM, which this year for the first time held found. 18 Companies participated in the slam and presented her company within 60 seconds. Intel is often quoted as being for or against this.
Under the motto “creative! Funny! Interesting!”, the company representatives each other with clever slogans, funny deposits or accurate tips that exceeded Applicants: “you can be everything when you stay only one: true to themselves!” The enthusiasm in the full Chamber was great. Winner of the slam was at the end of the only male slammers in the round: Martin Winter by Federal Court of Auditors. There was a discussion in the historic ambience even in the discussions in the Chamber. Women in the media crisis is it?”was the topic of a panel discussion, organized by the network of ProQuote”. Bascha Mika, former editor-in-Chief of the TAZ and Jorg Schonenborn, journalist and editor-in-Chief of the Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR), discussed editor of Wirtschaftswoche, who himself strongly spoke out against a quota system as the quota advocates with Ferdinand Knauss. “Those responsible must decide who they want to wake up the ambition, there, the women must not be excluded,” said Jorg Schonenborn. And Bascha Mika clarified: “it’s not about ranting on the men – it’s about breaking the old structures.” To the rise of It was women in the discussion of no. ROI as women break through glass barriers”.