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Employees and society

Audi takes responsibility for its employees and for society as a whole. In doing so, the company takes many different factors into consideration – for example, the transformation of the workplace, the need to balance family life and careers, the desire for lifelong learning, and occupational health and safety. Our focus is first and foremost on people.

Goal Measure Date
Promote employee qualification and training
Continuing dual study programs in cooperation with universities
continuous development
  Continuing the Audi employee scholarship continuous development
Adapt training to future technologies
Introducing new apprenticeship vocations and programs
continuous development
Introducing new apprenticeship vocations and programs
Introducing standards for HR development at the international Audi companies
2015
Improve compatibility of working life and family
Developing measures to support employees in caring for family members
2016
  Introducing and implementing measures to support employees in caring for family members
2016
  Continuing the “Partner Support Program” for partners accompanying Audi employees on long-term foreign assignments
continuous development
Promote diversity and equality
Target quota of (around) 30 % women among newly hired academics
continuous development
Company-wide coverage with management systems for occupational safety and health protection
Further development of an ergonomic evaluation system, in particular in the indirect area
2015
  Prevention program to strengthen mental health (including direct employees)
continuous development
  Continuation of voluntary check-ups for all AUDI AG employees
continuous development
  Establishment of health centers within the scope of site planning (e.g. Audi México)
2016
Secure future workforce supply in commercial and technical areas
Permanent hiring of all AUDI AG apprentices, all graduates of the vocational training program with qualification for admission to a university of applied sciences and all graduates of the DHBW and StEP programs
continuous development
Improve the mobility of employees at the Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm sites
Increasing the number of employees using a job ticket
continuous development
  Setting up and introducing a car pooling platform for employees
2015
Increasing number of participants in internal and external AUDI AG training programs
Expanding the range of internal advancement programs and intensifying the individual consulting service
continuous development
Internationalization of vocational training
Continuation of dual vocational training at the Audi sites in Belgium, China, Mexico, Hungary and Italy
continuous development
Expand the corporate volunteering program and the Audi Volunteers initiative
Continuing corporate volunteering as part of the corporate strategy
continuous development
  Intensifying cooperation with volunteering agencies in the Ingolstadt region
continuous development
Develop and expand measures for shaping urban mobility of the future
Utilizing the results of research from the Audi Urban Future Awards 2014 for the Company and entering into development partnerships with cities (Urban Future Partnerships)
2015
Expand the scope of academic cooperation at international level
Extending cooperation with universities in Mexico and China
continuous development
Early support for children and young people in the areas of mathematics, information technology, natural sciences and technology (MINT)
Holding of five events by the MINTmacher initiative in cooperation with schools and daycare centers in the Ingolstadt region
2016