Marie-Luise Mähler

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Marie-Luise Mähler 70Marie-Luise Mähler worked for MTV, for example, or at the press conference of the German Embassy in Brussels.

Marie-Luise Mähler graduated as an editorial staff member at MTV and studied Romance Languages ​​and English at the University of Potsdam. She was a member of the press conference of the German Embassy in Brussels and expanded her multilingualism. Then she worked for a large temporary work company as a company supervisor in various industries. She speaks five languages.

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Job Search & Recruiting {HR magazine}

A comment on the study by the Federal Institute for Population Growth “(None) Fancy children?”: Management versus clerk

The top management, the Focus reports in its current title story to the salary report, has achieved the biggest compensation jump with an increase of 30 percent. At the same time, business objectives set - along with corresponding bonuses - are not only achieved, but often exceeded. The clerical levels, on the other hand, tend not to fully meet targets. Read more

Job Search & Recruiting {HR magazine}

A comment on the study by the Federal Institute for Population Growth “(Not) interested in children?”: Flexibility has its limits

While numerous EU countries are experiencing a renewed rise in the birth rate, Germany remains one of the “baby blues” taillights in global comparison with one of the highest proportions of permanently childless women. In any case, the Federal Institute for Population Research draws this balance in its study on the decline in births, which caused considerable media coverage. What are the reasons? Read more

Job Search & Recruiting {HR magazine}

Study and pilot project for anonymised applications: vehicle for integration and emancipation?

A recently completed pilot project on the anonymous application procedure of the Anti-Discrimination Agency, the Institute for the Future of Work and the Viadrina University has been intensified in recent weeks in the media focus. In many cases, this recruitment policy was presented as an important tool for increasing equal opportunities for women and migrants. But how helpful are they really? Read more

Career & Curriculum {HR magazine}

Experience report Career Entry for Humanities: Temporary Employment - Opportunity or Risk?

It was not easy for me to start my career as a humanities scholar - even though I already completed my studies before my studies and also spent some time abroad in Paris. At the moment I'm working with temporary work, which I currently perceive as an opportunity rather than a risk. How do you see temporary work? What experiences have you done? Read more