Human resources strategy
Employer value proposition: a mutual commitment
What factors make Munich Airport one of the most appealing employers in the region? The answer can be found in the airport’s employer promise, which is based around its position as a brand. It demonstrates how the Munich Airport Group positions itself among its competitors to attract talented applicants on the labor market.
Specific objectives in terms of HR management
|General goal||Initial situation/challenge||Measures and outcome|
|Covering HR requirements|| || |
|Increasing efficiency|| || |
|Increasing employer attractiveness|| || |
|Establishing excellent leadership|| || |
Farsighted HR policy
Munich Airport believes in the importance of an HR policy that not only focuses on people but also the company’s future. The HR concept, which is focused on long-term development, is therefore geared towards current business conditions and the corporate strategy, as well as social megatrends such as demographic change, diversity, individualization, mobility, health, and education. The HR strategy sets out important objectives for human resources management, which are reviewed annually and adjusted as required.
- The excitement of the airport
The diversity of the airport is similar to the diversity of a small town – by working together, all of the employees in our «airport city» help the campus to light up, day in, day out.
- Exhilarating challenges
The working environment at Munich Airport is diverse, covers a wide range of disciplines, and changes all the time – no matter what your field of work, the airport has opportunities for almost anyone.
- One big airport family
Employees from a number of different countries work in the Munich Airport Group – the reason the company is doing so well is that every member of the airport family works as a team player.
- Reliable connections
The airport bears a special type of responsibility for its employees – as well as financial success, employees’ interests are also at the heart of the entire Group.