Fit for the future
At Lufthansa, great efforts and professionalism are applied to employees’ selection, retention and development. This also refers to finding remuneration and working conditions for the market situation and the employees alike. Considering the interests of our employees and our customers, efforts for flexibility play an ongoing key role.
The Lufthansa Group has more than 116,000 employees worldwide. With a broad spectrum of options for continuing education and flexible working hours, they have choices for their professional development and maintaining expert knowledge, and for making career and family compatible. Comprehensive offers concerning health care and health maintenance mean that physical fi tness is also taken into account. The highly motivated and qualifi ed team of employees from 141 different nations is thus as well prepared as possible for the future’s challenges.
Corresponding to Lufthansa’s internationality, employees outside of Germany benefit from their respective local legislation and conditions. At any rate, ILO norms are in practice for all countries where Lufthansa employs staff.
The Group’s Sustainability report Balance presents the most important personnel-related indicators for 2010. Further topics are diversity, work-life balance, employment policy based on partnership, employee safety and health protection.