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WDR Lokalzeit

Bottlenecks in supply chains for electronic components lead to major challenges for the industry. In an interview with WDR Lokalzeit, Managing Director Dr. Christoph Budelmann explained how we are dealing with this problem and what solutions we have. In this situation, creativity is as much in demand as patience.

Phoenix round talk

What can we expect from a potential traffic light coalition? Managing director Jeannine Budelmann discussed this with Jan Fleischhauer, Gero Neugebauer and Ulrike Herrmann in the Phoenix round talk. Given great differences with regards to content between the potential coalition partners, it remains to be hoped that the results will bring more than compromise formulas.

Quarantine bureaucracy

The new system for the settlement of the quarantining of unvaccinated employees is a disaster for the companies. Companies must, in the event of a case, make an enormous effort to find out whether the employee concerned could not have been vaccinated for health reasons. However, in order to be able to assess this, the professional expertise is lacking.

Interview at the ARD MOMA

What does the German economy currently need most? Managing director Jeannine Budelmann asked Olaf Scholz these and other questions on 15.9.21. She slipped into the role of journalist Michael Strempel, who is responsible for the political interviews in the morning magazine and sounded the chancellor candidate out. The whole interview is available here: https://www.daserste.de/information/politik-weltgeschehen/morgenmagazin/politik/6-Minuten-fuer-meine-Stimme-Jeannine-Budelmann-trifft-Olaf-Scholz-100.html

Animals in the office

Dogs are cuddly, often spread a good mood and through regular walks they ensure that their owners are constantly in motion. This is healthy. For many people, dogs in the office have tangible side effects though. Managing Director Jeannine Budelmann describes in her current column for WirtschaftsWoche which effects there are and why there is no room for animals in our offices.

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