Social and Technical Competence as Basis for Entrepreneurial Success
An essential part of the entrepreneurial success of adesso is based on the people integrating their social and technical competencies. The capital of the company is, therefore, deeply rooted in the experiences and knowledge of our members of staff. In the enormous competition for qualified skilled and managerial members of staff adesso has always been at the cutting edge and also encourages long-term retention of its staff. adesso, thus, cultivates a work climate characterised by open and transparent communication, fairness, team spirit, trust and mutual respect. Moreover, adesso offers each individual member of staff individual possibilities for personal development.
Excellent motivation and dynamic energy of our staff
The highly technical but also communicative and social skills of the teams as well as the innovation-encouraged structures verifiably support the efficient and fast implementation of projects. This productivity-promoting work climate is evidenced in the numerous awards in nationally renowned competitions. In 2014 adesso was awarded with the title „Deutschlands Beste Arbeitgeber“ (Germany's best employers) by the Great Place to Work Institute. In 2008 adesso achieved the TOP JOB seal of approval, being rated as one of Germany's top 100 medium-sized companies. Among others it was certified that the motivation and the dynamic drive of its members of staff is considerably above average. These awards underline adesso's good staffing policy, which already in 2005 had been honoured with high rates at „Deutschlands beste Arbeitgeber“ by the business magazine Capital.
The economic thinking of the individual is encouraged by involving him/her in the innovation process as well as in the economic success of the company, but also in potential risks. A special commitment or a distinguished performance will be adequately honoured. Apart from incentives for staff participation, adesso pays attention to the continuing further training of its members of staff corresponding to the respectively envisaged career plans.