The search for the best young talent continues


Since 1 August, they have been a permanent part of the team at Luftreiniger - our new trainees Samantha, Sophia and Tobias are already well integrated into their departments after only a short time. But after the start of the training year is before the start - at least for HR Manager Björn Wendland. Because TEKA is already looking for junior staff again for 2023 shortly after the new trainees start.  

"Every year it is exciting and challenging to find suitable junior staff for the company. The entire selection and decision-making process takes a lot of time. That's why you have to start early," explains Björn Wendland. School leavers can apply to TEKA for 2023 as industrial clerks, technical product designers or construction mechanics in sheet metal construction technology.  

And what advantages do trainees have at TEKA?  
"As an employer in an industry of the future, we not only offer trainees a sound training, but also a secure future afterwards. In the past few years, our retention rate has been almost 100 percent," says Björn Wendland. Flat hierarchies are also important to the company. "The apprentices are integrated into different areas of responsibility at an early stage and can and should take on responsibility. Their trainers encourage them and have an open ear for their concerns." In-house training, excursions, decent pay and a good working atmosphere round off the apprentice package at the manufacturer of extraction and filter systems.

This is what our current and former apprentices say:  
"I like that we can work with very up-to-date hardware and software at TEKA. Our management attaches great importance to the company always having its finger on the technical pulse." - Linus Smirek 
"At TEKA, the individual development of the trainees is very well taken into account and promoted. Nothing impossible is expected of you and you get enough time and support to familiarise yourself with everything." - Katharina Brockhaus