In an environment characterized by dynamic development, growing requirements and increasingly complex technologies, products and processes, experienced managers, qualified specialist workers and focused junior staff play an important part in helping the Group to achieve its corporate targets with their knowledge, skills, experience and motivation. Companies in the Rheinmetall Group are faced with increasingly tough competition from other companies to gain qualified personnel. Acquiring skilled professionals for these companies is therefore a key task in HR work. The Rheinmetall Group offers fair, performance-based remuneration that is in line with the market, extensive fringe benefits and pension schemes, diverse opportunities for continuing professional development and interesting opportunities for promotion.
In addition to its own training for junior employees, Rheinmetall uses traditional and modern employee selection methods and is also in close contact with universities, colleges and research institutes in order to get to know suitable science, technology and business graduates at an early stage. The attractive employer profile and target-group-specific appearances at university fairs, graduate conferences, recruitment events and online job sites are increasingly bearing fruit. The "trendence study" has once again calculated the attractiveness of German engineering companies as employers. Rheinmetall was again rated as one of Germany’s 100 most attractive employers in the "Engineering Edition", coming in 55th place (previous year: 82nd). In the Universum rankings (Germany Top 100 Ideal Employers) in the field of engineering, Rheinmetall came 55th in the year under review, moving up from 58th place in the previous year.