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From challenge to opportunity
In the past 7 years, more refugees have come to Germany than ever before. These newcomers want to shape their future in this country in a positive way. They have high hopes and are very motivated. With Workeer, we want to encourage companies to see this situation as an opportunity. In the process, supposed challenges become new opportunities.
Companies can help by creating opportunities for the refugees in Germany. They set an example of solidarity, promote diversity within their own company, and counter the increasing shortage of skilled workers and demographic developments.
Today, people, ideas and products move quickly and without boundaries. A diverse workforce brings companies many different talents and skills. Germany has many faces.
5 good reasons to hire refugees with your company
Refugees are motivated and dedicated workers.
Successful integration into the labor market also promotes the further successful integration of people in Germany.
Refugees often have a special life story and thus enrich companies with their knowledge, experiences and different cultural imprints.
A job enables refugees to lead an independent life without being dependent on social benefits. This has positive psychological effects for them and also relieves the German social system.
Many newcomers have work experience or degrees in industries where there is a shortage of skilled workers in Germany.