Tips for getting started
Your training start is something special for you and for us. If you don't let the new environment intimidate you and follow the these tips. you will master your first steps with ease.
No one does everything right from the start. You were hired to be trained. Show interest by asking others to rate your work! Usually you will get both praise and criticism. Take this criticism to heart, but don't take it personally! Nobody wants to demotivate you.
You already know for sure: thyssenkrupp rothe erde Germany GmbH is part of a global company. You have a lot to discover with us. Therefore your spirit of discovery is also in demand! Learn what constitutes thyssenkrupp, what goals we pursue and how we are set up. It's a bit like team sports. Playing along properly is only possible if you know how your fellow players play. Incidentally: Once you know your way around the field, you can also grow into other positions yourself. thyssenkrupp rothe erde Germany GmbH offers you many opportunities for further development and thus new perspectives after your training. The sooner you find out about it, the better.
Your working day as a beginner is not always planned from morning to evening. There is often a gap between two tasks. This is your chance: Instead of twiddling your thumbs, you can show your team members that you are fully involved! Proactively ask for work! In this way you learn new things, show interest, help actively and also show yourself to be very collegial. A good feeling!
Your colleagues are always behind you! Just ask if you are concerned about business processes, customs or technical topics. Those who listen attentively will learn a lot about thyssenkrupp rothe erde Germany GmbH and its work. We offer you extensive information. Have a look at the "WE", our employee magazine, or get acquainted with the extensive information on the intranet!
We chose you because you are who you are. Your personality makes you unmistakable. You should also find your place in the team. Try to remember the names of your colleagues and address them personally. People will like you for it.