In my previous jobs, I had to really work. Everything was very structured, full of rules, and at some time I reached the point where I couldn't continue. Then I came to Bründl and suddenly everything was different. Even just interacting with each other and people's attitudes: we hug each other and use the familiar form of address. On the second day, I left my suit in the wardrobe and went to work in a polo shirt. I had to get used to this casualness at first. And to the fact that you're allowed to make mistakes sometimes.
You're always learning for life, not just in further training. I'm certainly not so fixated on numbers as I used to be. I have become more understanding and sensitive – and a more open person. I haven't regretted the decision to turn my back on Salzburg for a second.
Our Günter came to us as a "corporate guy in a suit" and within a very short time shed this skin to become the Bermuda shorts-wearing "interface brain" of our company. It is admirable how he can paint lively pictures and derive actions from Excel lists full of numbers. But only if he's not hungry. Because woe betide us if there's not a plan for lunch or a meeting without any food – then he can get a bit grumpy.
Petra Kitzberger Geschäftsleitung Finanzen / IT / Logistik
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