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Bremenports recognised for family-friendly HR policies

BREMEN. In June bremenports was once again recognised for its family-friendly HR policies as part of the “berufundfamilie” audit. This year, the awards event took place entirely online for the first time. One of those attending was German Minister of Family Affairs Dr. Franziska Giffey, who is the patron of the project. Around 400 employees at bremenports can benefit from family-friendly policies. These include 70 flexible working time models, opportunities for remote working and wellbeing days. “I am very pleased to receive this award for our HR policy,” says bremenports managing director Robert Howe. “It is crucial for our development that we are perceived as an attractive employer.”

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