Remarkable Women @ Bosch
This is what we stand for
“We are convinced that diversity of thinking, experience, perspectives and lifestyles will ensure our sustainable business success. For me, this also includes promoting female talent in order to bring more women into digitization and leadership. I am personally committed to this at Bosch and e.g. within the #SheTransformsIT joint initiative.”
Filiz Albrecht, Member of the Board of Management and Director of Industrial Relations of Robert Bosch GmbH
“In the context of recruitment processes, it is particularly important to us to consistently avoid unconscious thought patterns (e.g. “leaders are male”). In addition to structured processes in all phases of selection, we conduct trainings worldwide with our recruiting and business departments, in which we sharpen awareness of these thought patterns. This helps to replace the “personal feeling” with a strong focus on qualifications and potential in all selection steps and to consistently counteract distortions of judgment in personnel decisions.”
Eléonore Diarra, Senior Expert Staffing
“Within gender diversity there lies an immense potential and wealth, if we combine male and female principles in an optimal way. That is why I have been strongly and actively supporting the development of capable women for many years now and have found in Mentoring one of our more powerful tools. It allows me to challenge inspiring women to be the best version of themselves, helping them see the possibilities beyond the obstacles and daring them to step outside their comfort zone and show what they can.”
Javier Gonzalez, President Bosch Group in Spain and Portugal, HR Europe, Middle East and Africa
“Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is not a nice to have “happy-go-lucky” thing we do if we have time. Our uniqueness is what makes us valuable. Our diversity is key to our sustainable success. For me, being a mentor for women and young talents has always been a pleasure.”
Petra Kama-Welle, Vice President Corporate HR, Leadership Culture, Transformation and Organizational Development
“Every year, a large number of graduates and young professionals from different countries and genders start our Junior Managers Program. We are delighted that we have once again been honored by Trendence for a fair and career-enhancing trainee program with the trainee award 2021.”
Silva Hartmann, HR Business Partner Junior Managers Program
Video portrait of our STEM women
Our services for you
Besides our activities for Equal Pay we offer mentoring programs und seminars like the „Business Women‘s Program“ for women in specialist, project and leading functions. Our Associate Networks women@bosch as well as the female engineers network heratec and forum „women in technology” are looking forward to meet you.
We offer you a range of attractive benefits worldwide. See some examples of our offerings in Germany. Please speak to your superiors or recruitment contact for your individual benefit plan.
Develop future competencies
Multiple careers within one company
International collaboration and development
Flexible working models
Diversity in practice
The story of our support for equal opportunities
1905: The first woman is hired as shorthand typist at Bosch.
1970: Ursula Blaich becomes the first department head at Bosch.
1988: Company agreement on the promotion of women is adopted.
1994: Board of management launches working group ”Women in management positions”.
2011: Diversity established as an integral part of the corporate strategy.
2020: Worldwide, 27% of our associate are women — as of December 31, 2019.
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