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Becoming a full time academic at a research university is not an easy road.
Becoming a full time academic at a research university is a dream for many young scientists, but it's not an easy road. For the past eight years, Dr Liz Elvidge has been helping postdoctoral researchers achieve this goal − but also advising them about a variety of different career paths and ...
€4.4 million paid out in bonuses to employees
Valuable ideas: by implementing improvement proposals from employees, BASF was able to save nearly €60 million globally last year. A computer program for labeling samples, a concept for efficient distillation of a solvent, and a new approach to the energy-saving melting of waxes – these and ...
Petrochemical industry looks for ideas
World leading companies in the field of gas processing, petrochemicals and chemicals join efforts to promote the innovative development of the industry. Chemical engineering startups can apply until March 1, 2017 for the IQ-CHem contest supported by SIBUR, The Dow Chemical Company, DuPont, ...
No forced-redundancy commitment extended
Company and employee representatives at BASFSE in Ludwigshafen signed a new site agreement. The agreement, titled “Meeting the challenges of constant change together,” applies to the approximately 36,000 employees of BASFSE at the site. It will run for five years (from January1, 2016 until ...
BASF sets global goals for diversity in leadership team
BASF has set itself global goals for the promotion of diversity in its management team. By 2021, the company aims to raise the overall proportion of women in positions with disciplinary leadership responsibilities from today’s 19% to 22%–24% globally, a share that reflects the percentage of women ...
Global survey results
Recent global survey reveals that female scientists are more likely to be dissatisfied with salary/benefits, job availability, gender barriers, and how they feel valued as scientists than their male colleagues (within a 5% range). The Science Advisory Board’s “Global Science 2015” survey sought ...
The European operations of Monsanto have been ranked 24th in this year’s list of the Great Place to Work Institute’s Best Workplaces in Europe.More than 2,300 companies participated in national surveys in 19 European countries where Great Place to Work® is represented, and from these, the overall ...
For one in three entry-level employees, scope for initiative is essential for innovation
Managers and entry-level employees have radically different opinions as to what the most important innovation drivers are. Thirty-four percent of young professionals would like to see more scope for employees. Their bosses do not see this as such a clear top criterion: only five percent of them ...
Merck Employees Benefit From Company Success
With a total of € 300 million, Merck will reward its employees worldwide for the economic success of the year 2014. As Merck announced, this is the highest sum ever paid in bonuses. "As we illustrated in the presentation of our annual results on Tuesday, we were able to conclude the 2014 ...
For the 150th anniversary, BASF Group employees around the world will receive a bonus of €100 million. Management is thus recognizing their efforts and contribution to the company’s success. “Employees are the basis for the long-term success of BASF – and have been for 150 years. On behalf of the ...