Würth is a family business. On the one hand, this means stable and secure jobs. On the other hand, the Würth Group has been able to maintain a tightly knit, family-friendly community, despite its size and the sheer number of employees. This sense of community is based on the Group’s strong corporate culture and its passion for success.
The companies of the Würth Group are attractive employers, offering great career opportunities supported by options for further training and continuing education. Customized development programs have been put in place specifically for employees who show great initiative. In addition to its exciting career paths, personal development programs, and competitive salaries, the Würth Group offers a wide range of development and career opportunities thanks to its many different business units and international structure.
The Würth Group is convinced that every human being has unique potential. The Group strives to discover this potential and give it room to unfold. The Würth Group works to provide its employees with a working environment characterized by respect and tolerance in which there is no room for discrimination. Hotel-Restaurant Anne-Sophie—a project that is very dear to Carmen Würth—is one example of such a working environment. At Anne-Sophie, people with and without disabilities work together. The hotel currently employs a workforce of 90, around one quarter of whom have disabilities.
The Würth Group has always considered itself an open and cosmopolitan company. Back in 2007, Adolf Würth GmbH & Co. KG, the parent company of the globally operating Group, signed the Charta der Vielfalt e.V. diversity charter. Currently, the Würth Group is focusing especially on promoting gender equality. The clear target is to increase the share of female employees at all levels. Knowing that there still is a way to go, all employees of the Würth Group are working together to achieve this goal. Are you interested in joining us on this journey?
Diversity stands for creating spaces, for variety, for opportunities—and that is precisely what the Würth Group stands for. That is why we make our teams diverse at all organizational levels and are enthusiastic about the opportunities this creates. That is why we actively focus on incorporating the perspectives of people with different world views, experiences, and socio-economic backgrounds. That is why we provide a framework and work environment that is free of prejudice and intolerance and enables everyone to make a valuable contribution. That is why we do not tolerate any discrimination based on gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, physical or mental impairments, social or ethnic origin, age, nationality, language, skin color, or religion.