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Excellent personnel work

Kurtz Ersa wins BestPersAward 2022

Machine builder honored for best human resources work in SMEs

After receiving awards in 2016 and 2019, Kurtz Ersa´s HR work was awarded the overall victory for “Best HR work in medium-sized companies 2021/22” at this year´s BestPersAward. Kurtz Ersa was also victorious in the subcategories HR Strategy & Vision, Recruiting and HR Personnel Controlling. The BestPers certificate is an independent seal of quality that honors exemplary and forward-looking HR work in medium-sized companies.

Kurtz Ersa: Quadruple award at the BestPersAward 2022
Quadruple honored at the BestPersAward 2022: the CHR team of the Kurtz Ersa Group (from right): HR experts Susanne Eyrich, Linda Emmerling and Viktoria Labisch – on the left in the picture Prof. Dr. Volker Stein from the University of Siegen; Photo: Carina Koletzky
BestPersAward for Kurtz Ersa in 2022

Every three years, the BestPersAward is an employer competition aimed at small and medium-sized companies (10 to 2,500 employees) that do not belong to a corporate group, operate independently and are based in Germany, Austria or Switzerland. For 28 years now, the HR work of medium-sized companies has been comprehensively evaluated. As a university-based competition, the BestPersAward is independent, science-based, competence-related and follows current developments in the fields of human resources and people management. Strict standards apply to the awarding of the certificate – only those companies that perform solid, modern HR work over several years have a chance of winning the coveted BestPers certificate.

 

Professional and future-proof

In order to participate in the award, Kurtz Ersa´s human resources managers were called upon to compete in a challenging participant environment in terms of human resources work and people management. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Volker Stein, Professor of Human Resource Management at the University of Siegen and organizer of the BestPersAward, then conducted a complex scientific analysis with regard to professionalism and future viability of human resource management before the final winners were determined by an expert jury of human resource practitioners and scientists.

 
 

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