We appreciate that there is more to a dream job than just interesting work. As an employer, we do our best to establish a creative corporate culture, set up innovative teams, and provide opportunities for professional development. Our employees are best placed to gauge whether we have achieved this, which is why we have asked them to share their impressions of CHG-MERIDIAN as an employer, their personal success stories, and their ambitions for the future.
Discover what makes working at CHG-MERIDIAN special.
As part of his sales trainee program (TrailS), Jomo Zander spent his international assignment in Belgium. During the three months he stayed there, he enjoyed his colleagues' hospitality, mastered life in a multilingual office, and tried all variations of Belgium's national dish.Read On
Annika Tran's career at CHG-MERIDIAN began when she embarked on an industrial clerk apprenticeship. Today, she is apprenticeship team leader and trainee guide and responsible for 28 vocational apprentices and degree apprentices across Germany.Read On
Simon Harrsen began his career at CHG-MERIDIAN as a sales trainee. Today, almost four years later, he is Vice President of Sales in Mexico. A home-grown success story.Read On
"If you are committed and hard-working, you are almost guaranteed to be offered a permanent position at CHG-MERIDIAN, because the company is keen on hiring from within its ranks. Your own preferences are also taken into consideration," says Marlen Moosman.READ ON
On the sales trainee program at CHG-MERIDIAN (TrailS), Alex Binder enjoys a healthy mix of on-the-job and off-the-job training to prepare him for the day-to-day work in sales, in terms of both processes and business skills.Read On
For Julian Friedrich, teamwork is not the exception, it is a key element in the success of a customer project.Read On
Doreen Walter is able to pursue her career despite having two small children. She easily found a nursery place for her children thanks to our cooperation projects and agreements with childcare providers.read on
Every apprentice is assigned a mentor – another apprentice who is already in the second or third year of their apprenticeship – as part of CHG-MERIDIAN'S mentoring scheme. A great opportunity for Marco Eckel to make contacts directly and learn from other apprentices.READ ON
"At CHG-MERIDIAN, everything starts with the team. Flat hierarchies and open dialog are basic principles and motivating factors. We are successful together and we believe in our potential to learn," says Murat Oguz of the corporate culture.read on
"I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the assessors there. This demonstrated to me how highly CHG-MERIDIAN regards each individual applicant. At this point it was clear in my mind that I would accept a job offer from CHG-MERIDIAN," says Julius.Read on
"For me, CHG-MERIDIAN is a 'hidden champion' as far as the structure of its training program is concerned, and I can highly recommend it to anyone looking for a traineeship in sales," says Henrik Cammin.Read on
English missingOne of the things Patrick Wölfer particularly appreciated about his IT apprenticeship at CHG-MERIDIAN was being able to spend time in all business-related departments, not just in IT.Read on
Student outings, student socials, presentation sessions – plenty of opportunities for Jonas Reuhs to build up a network and share experiences with other apprentices and students.Read on
"My working day is always exciting – no two days are ever the same!" Luz Kling works in national and international sales. He has been successfully applying his expertise at CHG-MERIDIAN for more than 18 years and knows that working closely with others can be challenging, but can also lead to friendships.read on