Refugee assistance at innogy

We take our social responsibility seriously

innogy takes on responsibility for integrating refugees.

Vocational qualification and voluntary commitment at innogy

innogy focuses on vocational qualification because we believe in a win-win situation for all participants. We have heard and understood the need of long term integration of refugees in the world of work. Now, it is our aim to implement it to all forms of employment. Therefore we have already helped  180 refugees with their first steps on the German job market and a lot of them remained. innogy also gives the chance to engage in volunteering. That’s how we support diversity, openness and intercultural understanding at all levels.

Uwe Tigges, CEO und Chief Human Resources Officer
We believe in diversity. And this does not only mean gender, but also includes age, religion, origin and language. Therefore, we support the idea behind refugees@innogy.
Uwe Tigges, CEO and Chief Human Resources Officer

innogy offers German language courses for refugees.

Do you speak German?

A good command of German is required for the „arrival“ in Germany and the integration into the German labour market. This is why we have placed our focus on promoting language skills and providing  job qualifications when it comes to helping refugees because language skills are key to vocational and social integration.

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Responsibility

innogy – safe energy for the future

Language skills to facilitate integration

Professional qualification