Benefits for employees
Benefits for apprentices
• long-term prospects
• good take-over opportunity
• excellent training in professions with a future
Benefits for Young Professionals
• state-of-the-art working environment
• permeable hierarchies offer career opportunities
• early responsibility for own projects
• international action radius
Benefits for BA students
• fast knowledge transfer from research to practices
• working with the latest technologies
• intensive support by experienced specialists
Benefits for experienced Professionals
• exciting projects, professional challenges
• no burn-out due to countless overtime hours, stable teams
• consideration of the family situation during project planning
• bright, friendly rooms instead of open-plan offices
The working conditions at our newly built company headquarters in the popular family quarter Dresden-Striesen are excellent. Instead of anonymous open-plan offices, we focus on small parts and compact units: An average of three to four employees work in our bright, spacious offices. Lounges and social rooms are available for joint creative work, team meetings or break times—and the next fully automatic coffee machine? Just around the corner!
To ensure that our experts are always up-to-date and can fully develop their talents, Trans4mation invests extensively in advanced training—with up to five days-off for training and further education. In 2015 alone, more than 175,000 euros were spent on this project.
The services offered by our partners range from foreign language instruction in the IT mother tongue English to specialist seminars and courses. Almost all our employees use this free offer—also to qualify themselves for higher tasks in the company.
We at Trans4mation are convinced that a relaxed, friendly working atmosphere has a positive effect on the quality of the results. Joint activities such as summer parties and Christmas celebrations strengthen team spirit and often ensure that colleagues become friends. In-house competitions and sports activities at the table or in our beach-volleyball team promote the feeling of being part of a big family. In order to ensure that this is also reflected on a linguistic level, all employees address themselves beyond hierarchical boundaries with ‘you’ (du).