An attractive framework for our employees

Working at GOLDBECK is fun

This is a guiding principle that defines our company and our understanding of everyday work. We appreciate our employees' commitment and willingness to serve and provide support – and that's why we offer our employees an attractive overall package of remuneration and working time models as part of our general framework. This is an important prerequisite for us for the long-term satisfaction of our employees – and therefore also for positively embracing everyday challenges.

Employee shares & more

Forerunners since 1984

GOLDBECK was a pioneer with its employee shares programme: since as far back as 1984, all employees who have been with the company for at least one year can purchase shares in the company. More than 1,100 employees take advantage of this offer and benefit from the attractive annual interest rate, which depends on the profit margin. Newly weds and new parents receive a gift of 300 euros from the company. Moreover, there are offers for the occupational pension scheme and employee benefits with a number of different providers.

Performance & pay

Palpable company success

All employees at GOLDBECK share in the company's success. Apart from the annual inflationary compensation, all employees receive a profit bonus in addition to their fixed pay, which is calculated from the company's success in the previous financial year. This bonus increases the monthly remuneration in accordance with the achieved profit margin. The company pays an additional profit-share in certain cases, which is dependent on personal success and the success of the respective corporate unit.

This means that every employee's commitment pays directly and everyone can influence the success of the company.

Flexible working time models

Trust comes before control

Trust-based working time for employees has been in operation at GOLDBECK for many years. Employees agree an individual time frame together with their direct superiors. A home office can also be used assuming the respective activity permits it. If overtime is incurred, employees and superiors clarify how this can be balanced out. If the employee's personal situation changes, for example because of childcare or care of dependants, the working time can be changed for an agreed period. Longer time out in the context of a sabbatical is also possible as a general principle.