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Working together safely and with empowerment

The grid only works with binding rules and motivated employees. For this reason, we work with certified management systems and give particular attention to employee rights and diversity.

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More safety, fewer accidents

Occupational safety is a key focus for us and is given great significance by our company value of “reliability”. With regular instruction, training and many other measures, we make sure that safe work is possible everywhere in our company. Naturally, we strive to ensure the work of our contracting partners is also accident- and illness-free.

By offering fair, family-friendly and flexible working conditions, collective agreements and works agreements, we offer a well-regulated, attractive working environment.

Health management and autonomy

Our operational health management is an elementary building block of what we do and includes strengthening health consciousness and building health autonomy and resilience among employees and managers through preventive health measures.

With our provision, including nutrition workshops, lectures and a special catalogue of measures for the field service, we work targetedly in all areas of prevention: mental health, nutrition, exercise and addiction. We also offer our employees operational social counselling and a medical service.

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More diversity, more success

We see diversity as the foundation for our collaboration and a prerequisite for innovation and motivation. We promote diversity through a wide range of measures.

We work continuously to support our employees in their varying living circumstances. And we strive constantly to increase the proportion of women at our company. Up to 2029, we want to increase the number of women in leadership positions to 50%, in the company as a whole to 25% and among apprentices to 20%. With our women’s promotion scheme, we are continuously evaluating our progress in this field.

At the same time, we want to increase the proportion of people with severe disabilities or of comparable status to over 5%. By doing so, we want to promote diversity in our company. We have an equal desire to increase the share of people with a migration background, people of colour, people with diverse gender identities and sexual orientations in our company, even though we have not yet set fixed percentages to aim for in these categories.

Alongside this, we work in various initiatives to promote diversity and its visibility. For example, we take part in the Gay and Lesbian Street Party each year in Berlin’s Nollendorfkiez. We are a member of Bündnis gegen Homophobie (Alliance against Homophobia) and carry out many different internal activities such as our annual Diversity Barcamp and regular Diversity Council.

In addition, in 2023, we signed the Charta der Vielfalt (Diversity Charter) and feel closely alligned with its values.

For more information on our activities for diversity please take a look here: Diversity for Berlin

Focusing on education

A further pillar of our social responsibility is training young people. Every year, we offer 50 apprenticeships in our technical and commercial departments. The rate of transfer to a permanent contract is above average, as is the remuneration for apprenticeships.

You can find out more about our diverse training offers for young people on our webpage, Training and dual course of studies.