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The energy transition needs strong women! We firmly believe that having a gender balance in our teams is a key success factor. That is why we offer a working environment where women can develop their talents and actively advocate for greater numbers of women in STEM professions and in leadership positions.
Taking action instead of just talking
An attractive collective agreement and clearly defined rules for the recruitment of staff ensure that men and women are treated and paid the same. We believe that the value of performance does not depend on gender.
The nursery is closed? Unforeseen childcare difficulties? Public transport strike? In such cases, you can just work from home.
Make work fit around your family life and not the other way around. Flexible working hours allow you to successfully balance both.
If your family members require intensive care or nursing, we provide support together with our cooperation partners and offer a comprehensive range of advisory services in relation to both childcare and elderly care.
Nursery places can be hard to come by. At our Stuttgart office, we reserve a limited number of places for TransnetBW young professionals.
The women’s network eva stands for ‘effizienter vernetzt arbeiten’ (working more efficiently as a network) and brings together dedicated women within the company across hierarchies and disciplines.
Almost one in three TransnetBW employees is female. We founded the women’s network eva to foster exchange between our female colleagues. All women at TransnetBW who are interested in networking, learning from others and contributing to the development of the company are welcome to join.
eva Kultur collectively plans cultural events and meets in theatres, operas, concerts and museums to enjoy the region’s cultural abundance.
eva Bauen und Technik examines matters such as architecture, construction projects and technical innovations. It offers things such as guided tours of our construction sites and interesting buildings including Weissenhofsiedlung in Stuttgart.
eva Lesen regularly discusses books such as Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men by Caroline Criado-Perez.
Several times a year, eva Talk draws inspiration from keynotes and presentations on matters that affect women at TransnetBW and invites people to engage in discussion.