We are proud of our long company history in which employees have always played and are sure to continue to play a crucial role. See for yourself what issues move us and let us convince you.
HR policies and corporate culture
With a caring nature unusual at that time, company founders Carl Miele and Reinhard Zinkann established the foundation for today's HR policy - characterised by social justice and respect - in 1899. This genuine harmony in conjunction with the unique corporate culture contributes significantly to the satisfaction and retention of employees. The respect for workers' rights is thus a given.
Benefits for employees
Miele employees achieve a lot - they often bring above-average commitment, ability and creativity to their work. This contributes to a significant part of the success and identity of the Miele brand. The company in turn provides ways to maintain and increase this satisfaction and performance: through performance-based compensation, comprehensive benefits, and flexible work schedules.
Promotion of new talent
Miele offers many interesting areas of work, all of which contribute to the success of the company - and young talents are in demand everywhere. Opportunities are there to discover, advance and develop. The targeted promotion of new talent therefore takes a high priority in the company.
Employee Training and Development
Employee development is a high priority at Miele as we are always mindful that it is the employees who make the company's success possible. Miele offers you broad, yet targeted career development and training to ensure the performance and employability of an, on average, ageing workforce. Individual skills and personal needs are given particular consideration.
Occupational safety and health protection
Miele works hard to promote the health of employees of all ages and to ensure their ability to perform. The company guarantees the highest possible occupational safety and support for their ongoing health at all locations.
Career & Family
Miele has a family-friendly personnel policy and willingly promotes the compatibility of work and family. Nationwide, the focus is on advising and arranging care for both children and the elderly (with advice about nursing care) as well as a backup or emergency service to provide short-term, temporary child care. In addition, parental leave conversations are institutionalised, formalised and continuing education and training programs are offered specifically for parents.