Human Resources

      SDG 4 – Quality education SDG 5 – Gender equality SDG 8 – Decent work and economic growth SDG 16 – Peace, justice, and strong institutions

      Our success as a steel and technology Group is based on our employees’ particular expertise and high motivation. Hence voestalpine places great value in a respectful corporate culture, in the diversity and individuality of its employees as well as in their qualifications—all of which is also reflected in the guiding principles of our Sustainability Strategy.

      Corporate Culture

      We create a respectful corporate culture in which we both expect and encourage trust, diversity, self-determination, and personal responsibility. As a symbol of our Group-wide identity, the voestalpine culture is continually being refined in this sense.


      We value the individuality of all our employees and their capabilities—irrespective of gender, age, origin, religion, sexual orientation, or potential disability. We create the conditions for both equal opportunity and work that maintains people’s health and is appropriate to life’s different phases

      Training and Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

      Targeted measures help voestalpine’s employees gain (additional) qualifications and thus broaden their career opportunities. We believe, furthermore, that both training young people and encouraging lifelong learning are long-term determinants of the company’s success.