As the saying goes, “Your health is your wealth.” For us, health at work not only means protecting our employees against hazards and creating a safe workplace for everyone. We also support them with a wide range of measures for a healthy lifestyle and healthy work habits. Covering everything from a company physician, social counselling and professional reintegration management through health checks and sports activities to innovative health promotion measures – all Infineon locations across the world offer and continuously improve a wide variety of programs and initiatives. Our focus lies not only on promoting individual health and encouraging employees to be proactive about their health, but also on the working environment and the wellbeing of the entire organization. This is a multi-faceted task with many local and global interfaces. The main aim of Infineon Health&Care is to raise general awareness around the many dimensions of occupational health among employees and to advance efforts in this area.
One of the key prerequisites for a happy life is health. For this reason, we attach great importance to promoting the well-being of our employees. We support them with various initiatives for a healthy lifestyle and working habits, and we always strive to make health-promoting activities more accessible at the workplace. The topic of health encompasses not only physical vitality but also mental health. Therefore, a seamless work-life integration is very important for preventing emotional stress and overwork.
Ensuring that our employees retain their ability to perform well at work is not just a core element of our corporate philosophy; it is also a key leadership task. There is a direct link between the way managers interact with their teams and the health and wellbeing of those teams. In order to make managers more aware of their role and equip them with the skills needed for health leadership, Infineon offers the Leadership & Health prevention program. As well as providing valuable background information on how to maintain health and prevent illness, the program develops skills that encourage managers to take responsibility for their own health and for that of their employees.
In today’s world, it’s becoming increasingly important to balance professional challenges with adequate time and space for family and private life. At different stages in life, employees may require models with flexible working hours for a variety of reasons – they may be caring for children or a relative or taking a long-awaited break from work. We aim to create attractive working environments at Infineon because we want our workforce to be satisfied, motivated and always performing at its best. Part-time work, job sharing, home office, teleworking, sabbaticals and flexitime – all of these models give our employees the flexibility to balance professional demands with their private lives.
All German and Austrian Infineon locations are considered to be particularly family-friendly and were awarded the “audit berufundfamilie” (work-life balance) certificate.
Disability is one of the six facets of diversity management at Infineon Technologies. High performance means valuing each individual talent. Every investment in the needs of disabled people is potentially an investment in one’s own future when you consider that anyone’s circumstances can change overnight and inclusive measures usually benefit the able-bodied as well.
Another important priority at Infineon is to create an inclusive working environment where everyone fits it – regardless of ability or disability.
In many cities, securing a daycare spot for your child is a stroke of luck. All major Infineon locations in Germany, Austria and Singapore either have their own company daycare centers or they cooperate with nearby childcare facilities to offer places, and we are continually increasing the options available.
The Campeon daycare center is, by total number of employees, one of the largest company day nurseries in Germany. Since 2013, it has been certified as a “Haus der kleinen Forscher” (Little Scientists’ House). The aim of this program is to encourage a spirit of discovery among little boys and girls, while providing professional supervision for their research projects. In this way, Infineon is making an important contribution to securing the next-generation MINT pipeline.
In Neubiberg, too, we organized a wide range of activities for our employees’ children during vacation time. A soccer camp took place over Easter and our annual English camps provide a fun way to learn English with a focus on discovery, science, art and sport. Moreover, Campeon was home not only to a tipi village, but also to Circus Rio. As part of the “Kids Do Circus” program, the children had a chance to experience the “circus life” as part of the corporate vacation camp service.
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