Sebapharma ranks among “Germany’s most attractive employers”

Company awarded important title by the F.A.Z. Institute and encourages equal opportunities for young talent with a donation of 10,000 euros

Highly trained and motivated staff are the heart of any business. Employer reputation plays a crucial role in not only attracting but also retaining such talent. Sebapharma GmbH & Co. KG has now been recognised as one of “Germany’s most attractive employers” in a study conducted by the F.A.Z. Institute – a subsidiary of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung newspaper – and emerged the industry winner in the Body Care category.


Some 26 million statements on around 22,000 companies were analysed and assigned to reputation factors for the F.A.Z. Institute study. Employees rated company appeal based on various factors, such as economic, product and service performance, as well as sustainability. But management also mattered. Sebapharma convinced on all fronts. “We attach great value to offering good development opportunities, individual support, family-friendly policies and fair remuneration. That is why we are delighted with this renewed recognition, which demonstrates that our corporate concept is well received by staff and will also help us to attract new employees to our company”, says Dr Daniel Rothoeft, Deputy Chairman of the Sebapharma Executive Board.


Committed to equal opportunities

As it is important to also foster young talent, Sebapharma is sending out an important signal by donating a total of 10,000 euros to support two Foundation of German Business projects that seek to promote equal opportunities. The “Zeig, was du kannst!” (English: show what you can do) and “Studienkompass” (English: study compass) projects prepare secondary school students for the professional world and help teenagers from non-academic families to access a university education. Each project will receive 5,000 euros. “We take our social responsibility seriously. Everybody should have the same opportunities to make a good start – irrespective of origin and social background”, says Thomas Maurer, Chief Executive Officer.