All posts by Corinna Schüller

HR Specialist in Cologne

Our apprentice Cynthia’s internship abroad

We are glad that our apprentice, Cynthia Jansen, had the possibility to do an internship in England in spring 2017. Cynthia has been one of five participants from her school class being able to take part in the scholarship program named GATE. The German Apprentices‘ Training in Europe (GATE) is a program which offers apprentices an internship in England or Finland, financed through the European Erasmus+-program. Each year, a defined number of apprentices gets the chance to participate in it.  Cynthia was proposed for the scholarship by her teachers, not only due to her outstanding performance in school but also due to her considerable social behavior in class.
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1WorldSync Employee Registration Campaign in the fight against blood cancer

In order to make a contribution in the fight against blood cancer, 1WorldSync GmbH has performed a major DKMS registration campaign for employees on April 26, 2017.  We were able to inform our employees about the most important facts about blood cancer and to win many of them as potential stem cell donors for DKMS.

As a company, 1WorldSync will bear the cost of the complex and costly typing, which has to be carried out prior to each enrollment into the DKMS donor database. We would like to thank all employees who have registered as potential stem cell donors in the course of our campaign!

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1WorldSync Global Exchange Program

Each 1WorldSync employee has the opportunity to participate some time abroad in the 1WorldSync Global Employee Exchange Program. The main goal of this program is to expand knowledge and expertise across 1WorldSync, enable employees to understand existing culture and business acumen, enhance operational effectiveness and efficiency, and reinforce connectivity of all employees around the globe through the use of short-term work assignments of one to maximum six month duration.

READ ABOUT CORINNA´S EXPERIENCE

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