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Volkswagen has created about 100,000 new jobs since 2007, including 30,000 in Germany 2012.12.28

Wolfsburg, Germany - December 28, 2012 - Since 2007, the workforce of the Volkswagen Group has grown by about 225,000 employees, representing a rise of 70 percent. This increase includes 100,000 new jobs created throughout the world and 125,000 employees of companies newly integrated into the Group. As of the end of November, the Volkswagen Group employed about 550,000 women and men, including about 16,000 apprentices.

The Volkswagen Group at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
Sunglasses at the world premiere. Only those who wear them can see all the effects of the spectacular show.
The Beetle convertible, the new Porsche Cayman, Audi’s “clean Diesel TDI-technology”, the Bentley Continental GT3.
November 29, 2012.
Courtesy of Volkswagen Group
 

Wolfsburg, Germany - December 28, 2012

Since 2007, the workforce of the Volkswagen Group has grown by about 225,000 employees, representing a rise of 70 percent.

This increase includes 100,000 new jobs created throughout the world and 125,000 employees of companies newly integrated into the Group.

The Volkswagen Group at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
November 29, 2012.
Courtesy of Volkswagen Group
 
As of the end of November, the Volkswagen Group employed about 550,000 women and men, including about 16,000 apprentices.


Dr. Horst Neumann, Member of the Board of Management of Volkswagen AG for Human Resources and Organization.
Courtesy of Volkswagen Group
 
“The Group has continued its healthy growth again in 2012. Our cars make customers enthusiastic and this success is also reflected by employment,”
said Dr. Horst Neumann, Member of the Board of Management of Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft responsible for Human Resources.
“The Group now employs some 70 percent more people than five years ago. At the same time there has been a respectable rise in productivity and profit.”

The Volkswagen Group at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
November 29, 2012.
Courtesy of Volkswagen Group
 
In 2007, when the Group adopted its Strategy 2018 with a new management team, the Volkswagen Group had about 325,000 employees throughout the world.

The Volkswagen Group at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
November 29, 2012.
Courtesy of Volkswagen Group
 
Some 550,000 people now work for the Group.


The Volkswagen Group at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
November 29, 2012.
Courtesy of Volkswagen Group
 

The Volkswagen Group at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
November 29, 2012.
Courtesy of Volkswagen Group
 
This increase of 225,000 employees includes about 100,000 newly created jobs, almost 30,000 of them in Germany.

The Volkswagen Group at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
November 29, 2012.
Courtesy of Volkswagen Group
 

The Volkswagen Group at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
November 29, 2012.
Courtesy of Volkswagen Group
 
125,000 employees came to the Group with Scania, MAN, and Porsche Holding Salzburg, as well as Porsche AG and Ducati
.

The Volkswagen Group at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
November 29, 2012.
Courtesy of Volkswagen Group
 
“The Volkswagen Group is a reliable motor for employment in Germany and Europe as well as throughout the world. At the same time, the integration achievements of management and employee representative bodies are respectable. 100,000 additional employees have been inducted and 125,000 employees of the new brands are successfully growing into the Volkswagen family,”
Human Resources Board Member Dr. Neumann commented.

The Volkswagen Group at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
November 29, 2012.
Courtesy of Volkswagen Group
 
“The group is now experiencing a consolidation phase,”
said Dr. Neumann and underlined:
“We also continue to work on our objective of becoming the most attractive employer. We are investing strongly in our junior staff and safeguarding the future-oriented nature of the Group. In future, Volkswagen will continue to offer performance-oriented young people outstanding career entry and development opportunities.”

The Volkswagen Group at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
November 29, 2012.
Courtesy of Volkswagen Group
 
As of the end of November, the Volkswagen Group employed 249,000 people (end of 2011: 220,000) in Germany alone and 550,000 throughout the world (end of 2011: 502,000).

The Volkswagen Group at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
November 29, 2012.
Courtesy of Volkswagen Group
 


Prof. Dr. Horst Neumann

Member of the Board of Management of Volkswagen AG for Human Resources and Organization

Dr. Horst Neumann
Courtesy of Volkswagen Group
 
Dr. Horst Neumann was born on 26 June, 1949 in Leverkusen (Germany).

Neumann studied Economics and Social Sciences in Hamburg and Berlin from 1967 to 1973.

In 1995 he was awarded his doctorate with a thesis on "A comparison of the competitive strength of the German and Japanese car industries" and the title Dr. rer. pol. in Berlin.

In 2009 he received an honorary professorship from Tongji University, Shanghai, which has enjoyed a close scientific partnership with Volkswagen for many years.

Neumann embarked on his career in 1973 as assistant to the Berlin Senator for Economic Affairs.

From 1978 to 1994 he was employed in the economics department at the board of the IG Metall union in Frankfurt/Main, from 1983 as deputy manager.
At the same time he was a Member of the Supervisory Board of Motorenwerke Mannheim AG (1981 - 1986), Adam Opel AG (1985 - 1995) and Rasselstein AG (1986 - 1994).

From 1994 to 2000 Neumann was a Member of the Board of Management and Personnel Director at Rasselstein GmbH and Rasselstein Hoesch GmbH, a subsidiary of the ThyssenKrupp Group in Andernach and Neuwied.

In 2001 Neumann was appointed Member of the Board of Management and Labour Director at ThyssenKrupp Elevator AG, Düsseldorf.

In July 2002 Dr. Horst Neumann was appointed Member of the Board of Management of AUDI AG with responsibility for Human Resources.

With effect from 1 December, 2005 the Supervisory Board appointed him Member of the Board of Management of Volkswagen AG and the Volkswagen brand with responsibility for Human Resources and Labour Director.

He has been responsible for Human Resources and Organization since January 2007.


Source: Volkswagen Group

http://www.volkswagenag.com/content/vwcorp/content/en/press.html  



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