Become part of the Team

We’re well aware that much of our success depends on our employees. That’s why we attach great importance to team spirit, flat hierarchies and balanced relationships. Our concern for the health and happiness of our employees is one of our hallmarks as an employer.

Unsere Mitarbeiter/-innen, Kolleginnen und Kollegen sollen sich bei uns wohlfühlen. Deshalb versuchen wir, das Arbeitsumfeld bei Debatin so angenehm wie möglich zu gestalten. Die Arbeit in unseren hellen und freundlichen Büros macht Spaß und der neu gestaltete Pausenraum mit Tischkicker sowie die Kantine laden zum Verweilen und Entspannen ein.
Bei Festen, wie etwa dem Debatin Familienfest 2014, haben Angehörige die Möglichkeit, die Arbeitsstelle ihres Familienmitglieds bei Catering und Unterhaltungs- und Kinderprogramm näher kennenzulernen.

In March 2015, we introduced sports groups tailored to the needs of the various workplaces. These are headed by a professional personal trainer. Once a week, colleagues from the various departments can participate in sessions designed to keep them healthy and prevent or alleviate possible health complaints.

  • Office staff: “Active break” – focus on back/spine
  • Production: “Fit at work” – targeted exercises

As an industrial business operating via a shift system, we know that juggling work and family is not always easy in practice. Hence we make every effort to ensure that our employment policies are family-friendly. Maintaining a healthy balance between work and family is an important pillar of our corporate philosophy.
For this reason, we’re partners in the “Bruchsal Family Alliance” as well as members of the corporate network “Success Factor Family”.
“Bruchsal Family Alliance”, founded in 2011, is a local initiative which brings together families, employers, employees, counselling centres and local citizens in order to develop family-friendly work conditions and improve the quality of life in Bruchsal.

The corporate network “Success Factor Family” was founded in 2006 by the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs and the German Chamber of Industry & Commerce (DIHK). Across Germany, it is now the largest platform for employers interested in creating or seeking to maintain family-friendly employment policies.

You’d like to gain an extra qualification, or study part-time, or there’s a particular area you’d like to develop expertise in?

We foster our employees as individually as possible, and will support you if you want to gain additional qualifications. We offer a wide range of opportunities, from specialised advanced training courses for specific fields of work to language classes or integrated degree programmes.

Besides individual support, we also regularly offer various group classes such as the English language class currently being run by Berlit