June 24, 2024

This is how German companies advertise their skilled American workers

This is how German companies advertise their skilled American workers

German companies in the USA

It has become difficult for many companies to find qualified employees.

(Photo: AP Photo, Reuters, BMW, BASF [M])

New York / Spartanburg In the opening of the new BMWTraining Center played the Woodruff High School Band. Governor Henry McMaster praised the young musicians for their purple uniforms. “It’s great that you are all here,” he said. Some students will soon start at BMW themselves – and work on the future of mobility, the company promises.

At the beginning of October, BMW opened a new training center at the group’s largest plant in South Carolina. The new building was presented to the public at a ceremony. It’s currently the all-American pride of BMW: $20 million, 68,000 square metres.

At the new training center near Spartanburg, BMW employees receive professional and technical training. “BMW once again demonstrates its uncompromising commitment to our state’s greatest asset: our workforce,” McMaster said.

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