LUND, Sweden, April 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
TFS' fully owned dermatology subsidiary and Centre of Excellence, SCIdermGmbH, has been awarded the Top Job Seal for outstanding employer qualities.
SCIderm has since 2005 been conducting global dermatological clinical trials for some of the leading dermatology focused life-science companies, led and managed from
One of the strengths at SCIderm noted by the scientifically based Top Job staff survey is the comprehensive consideration of personal living conditions. A combination of flexibility and benefits make it possible to combine professional and private life. The extensive training program for educating young professionals in the field of clinical research and developing future leaders from its own ranks were other criteria SCIderm ranked high on. Clearly defined training processes, targeted talent development and early transfer of responsibilities provides qualified career opportunities for employees.
"Being awarded the Top Job Seal is an accomplishment that we are very proud of. It is the ultimate recognition of the combined efforts throughout the organization that have resulted in this being a great place to work, a Top Job company. The team is dedicated to continue these outstanding employer qualities under the umbrella of TFS", says Dirk Menschig, Managing Director.
102 medium-sized companies have applied for the "TOP JOB 2017" seal. A total of 13,334 employees were interviewed. Among the top employers are 26 national and seven global market-leaders. In average, the Top Job companies employ 327 people and the women's leadership rate is in average 22%.
Detailed information about TFS, and its business offerings can be obtained through http://www.tfscro.com
For further information please contact: Melanie Loba, Manager Human Resources Phone: +49-40-55-44-01-122
SOURCE TFS International AB
Subscribe to our Free Newsletters!
Our kitchen and food has the best medicinal properties to fight stress. These are the top 10 foods ...
Unripe green papaya fruit is a rich source of important nutrients including vitamins, proteins, & ...
Selfie obsession or selfitis, an obsessive, uncontrollable urge to post self-taken photographs on ...View All