ARTS Blog & Press

  • ARTS Expertise
  • Ronald Scharf
Employment law in the 21st century – what’s good to know about employment contracts and probationary periods

Employment law in the 21st century – what’s good to know about employment contracts and probationary periods

Labour law is a wide field and, within its legal limits offers space for a multitude of interpretations, provisions and contractual agreements. This article is the beginning of a series of blogs that will give a deeper insight into the confusion of the German labour law.

  • Job Market
  • Christian Rost
Supply chain management for the high-tech industry © istock.com

Supply chain management for the high-tech industry

More and more companies are purchasing individual parts, components or complete modules from suppliers. In order to be able to work as efficiently as possible, the job of supply manager is becoming more and more important.

  • ARTS Expertise
  • Career Advice
  • Place to Work
  • Theresa Heinig
Interview with an ARTS colleague - My job as Quality Engineer at Airbus Defence & Space

Interview with an ARTS colleague - My job as Quality Engineer at Airbus Defence & Space

When ARTS employees talk about their careers, it gets exciting. Numerous professional fields offer a wide range of career opportunities and a challenging work environment. In the current blog in the current blog we report about Frank and his extraordinary job in aerospace at Airbus Defence & Space.

  • ARTS Expertise
  • Career Advice
  • Job Market
  • Aileen Kreibich
Corporate Health - Why Healthy Workers are the basis for healthy companies © ARTS

Corporate Health - Why Healthy Workers are the basis for healthy companies

Rumor has it that success at work leads to satisfaction. But in a rapidly changing professional environment, this formula has long been too simple. Although success can be a factor for well-being, good work requires a healthy body and mind. While initially the large technology companies wanted to offer their employees additional incentives, today more and more medium-sized companies are also focusing on comprehensive and sometimes creative health management.

  • Industry Innovation
  • Duygu Bedarf
Smart fabrics - the next digital revolution will be textile © Malin Bobeck / Yann Houlberg Andersen Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0)

Smart fabrics - the next digital revolution will be textile

Clothing interacts with the environment, tests vital functions or connects to the Internet and intelligent textiles warn of dam breaks or roof avalanches. Man and machine communicate through fabrics. Smart textiles offer a growth market before the breakthrough to mass production and various industries can benefit.