Florian Vollmers is a freelance journalist for FAZ and Handelsblatt, among others. He studied theater, film and media studies, sociology and Scandinavian studies in Frankfurt am Main, Paris and Aarhus (Denmark). Since 2001 he has been writing as a freelance journalist on economic and cultural topics for various print and online media - among other things, his work has been published in the FAZ, in the Handelsblatt, in Szene Hamburg, Weser-Kurier and in the food newspaper. Vollmers works as a book author for Campus Verlag, most recently the guidebook “Cape Town instead of Karstadt”. Florian Vollmers has done press and public relations work for numerous film festivals, including the International Film Festival Emden-Norderney, the Nordic Film Days Lübeck and the Independent Film Festival Osnabrück. He works as an editor and author for customer and member magazines such as DJV-Nordspitze, FMB-Rundbrief or the state circular of the Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians in Bremen. Vollmers teaches cultural management at the Bremen University of Applied Sciences and has participated in various festival juries, including the Stockholm Film Festival and go East - Festival of Central and Eastern European Film. He is a board member of the Lower Saxony Film and Media Office and a member of the German Association of Journalists and the Association of German Film Critics. Florian Vollmers has been a member of the jury for the German Film and Media Assessment FBW since 2012.
The General Equal Treatment Act (AGG) is actually intended to ensure more transparency and less discrimination in the application process. However, the opposite is often the case. An overview. How the General Equal Treatment Act (AGG) makes applying for a job difficult Application processes are becoming more and more obscure: Those who have jobs to offer are more and more often keeping their mouths shut and hiding why they are for whom Read more
Job advertisements and job offers are often vague and meaningless - somehow everyone feels addressed by them and that's exactly where the hare is in the pepper: Because the General Equal Treatment Act (AGG) does not allow HR staff to exclude certain groups or genders when searching for employees - whether whether they fit the job or not. Result: applicants experience Read more
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