Willkommenskultur in deutschen Unternehmen- Was heißt Integration und wie kann man ausländische Fachkräfte langfristig im Unternehmen halten?

  • This bachelor thesis is about the current topic welcome culture in Germany. The focus of this work is on foreign skilled employees (both foreign employees with a local contract and Impats) and on companies. However, it also contains a current insight into the welcome culture in politics and society. On the one hand, the research question is to find out what instruments and procedures company can use for an effective integration of their international employees. These instruments cover both internal methods as well as the social integration outside the company. On the other hand, the research question is about the needs and challenges foreign skilled employees have to face with. The theory mainly includes Human Resources instruments, for example the topics “global assignments” or “onboarding” are investigated in detail. The second part is an empirical study based on qualitative interviews with eight companies and an online questionnaire for the foreign skilled employees. As the interviews were mainly realized in large German companies, the welcome culture and employee retention is already a current topic. Results show that the companies use similar or different instruments for integrating their foreign staff. However, there are slight differences, especially in helping the employees with the social integration. The second questionnaire focused on the needs and desires of the employees from abroad showed that they are satisfied with the help offered by the company. Most of the migrants would like to extend their stay in Germany.

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Author:Christine Pfister
Advisor:Nikola Hale
Document Type:Bachelor Thesis
Language:German
Year of Completion:2015
Year of first Publication:2015
Release Date:2015/11/26
Tag:Integration; Willkommenskultur
Degree Program:IBW - Internationale Betriebswirtschaft
Functional area:Human Resource Management