Our employees’ needs are as varied as our brands and products, which is why we offer a range of flexible working time models tailored to individual needs and living situations. These include Burda’s trust-based flexible working hours and various part-time models.
Want to travel the world? Spend time with your family? Pursue a hobby? There are many reasons for taking a sabbatical. Burda gives you the opportunity to take some time off and fulfil your dreams.
Burda subsidises private pensions as part of a group contract.
As an employee, you will enjoy a range of attractive offers, including price reductions for cultural events, discounts on mobile communications, technology, sports and many other things, and up to 50% off magazine subscriptions.
In Munich and Offenburg, our on-campus cafeterias serve fresh, healthy food. The Burda Bar in Munich and the café in Offenburg offer speciality coffees and snacks and provide a place to network and chat.
We regard continuous learning and professional as well as personal development as an essential part of a successful career. At Burda you have a broad range of internal and external training to choose from, and we will support your professional development through our specialist and management programmes.
We don’t just work together, we also celebrate together. In addition to various department-specific events, we hold a big annual event in Offenburg for all employees, known as “Burda läuft” (Burda runs). Every two years, the “Burda DLD” internal networking event brings employees together to exchange ideas and learn from one another.
We believe that a beautiful workplace makes all the difference, and so we give our employees the chance to brighten up their offices with artworks from the Burda art library. The Hubert Burda Media collection contains 3,400 works from 1950 to the present day, all of which can be borrowed free of charge.
It is very important to us that our employees have a good work-life balance. To make this happen, it is essential to be able to combine family and career. Daycare facilities for children near our locations in Munich (Burda Bande) and Offenburg (Burda Bambini) help parents to achieve that balance.
If you are caring for a relative, we will support you with personalised and flexible working-time solutions. We have been awarded the “berufundfamilie” certificate for our commitment to ensuring the compatibility of careers and family.
Our TAKE CARE operational health management scheme promotes a healthy work environment in which all our employees can achieve their best. The scheme offers various services to help you stay healthy and find the right balance between your work and private life. These include regular medical check-ups, a wide range of sports classes, discounts on fitness services and free psychological counselling for managers and employees through the external Fürstenberg Institute.
We take responsibility, and contribute to the common good through our foundations (such as the Felix Burda Foundation and the Tribute to Bambi Foundation) and various social and cultural projects. Burda uses its resources as an international media and technology company and the mass appeal of its well-known brands to take responsibility in key areas of society. Focal areas include education, art and culture, supporting projects to help children in need throughout Germany, healthcare information, prevention, and improving the healthcare system. More information is available here.