At DIS/CREADIS it is fun to go to work
At DIS/CREADIS it is fun to go to work, and we achieve this through good relations between colleagues. We foster a strong sense of community where we are involved in each other both on and off work. We encourage this through various events and interest groups, as well as we celebrate highlights in our employees’ work and personal lives.
The DIS/CREADIS event calendar is filled with professional after-work meetings, lectures, an annual team building trip, various sports activities, Friday evening beer meetings and much more. Some of these events are organized by DIS/CREADIS, while others happen on our employees’ own initiatives. As a rule, we always have at least one event in the calendar to look forward to. It gives us something in common to talk about - both past and future events and thereby a sense of belonging and community.
When you start working at DIS/CREADIS, you get more than 700 colleagues, who are all specialists in each of their area of expertise, but together all create great synergy for the benefit of DIS/CREADIS and our customers. The employees at DIS/CREADIS are the cornerstone of the business and are characterized by a high professional level. We want to attract, develop and retain the best employees and challenge them with demanding tasks in an attractive work environment where we provide a modern company with great flexibly to ensure your work-life balance and ongoing development.
WE MAKE SURE YOU GET OFF TO A GOOD START
At DIS/CREADIS, it is important to us that you, as a new colleague, feel welcome, and it is essential to us that you quickly become part of the team and learn about our culture and values. This is also why we have established a buddy program where you will be teamed up with a senior colleague through your first months at DIS/CREADIS who will help you to land on your feet and get you ready for your new work life as one of us.
Our culture is in many ways unique and helps guide us in our daily work. All new colleagues are therefor invited to our Global Onboarding Days during their first three months of employment, to get an in-depth understanding of the DIS/CREADIS culture, values, mindset, and strategy. The Global Onboarding Days are a two-day event, where new colleagues create relations between department, are presented with our Global Directors, get a deeper understanding of our global collaboration, learning and development, functional areas, quality, and confidentiality and are involved in teambuilding across borders. The purpose of this event is to give all colleagues the same vantage point and understanding of DIS/CREADIS’s background, history and development with a focus on our culture, values, vision and strategy.
We want each individual to be challenged at work and develop their talent. At DIS/CREADIS, you can develop your career within your current area with a focus on improving your skills and becoming an even better engineer, but it is also possible to develop your skills in a different direction. At DIS/CREADIS, our employees develop their skills through three different ways of learning:
• Learning through project work
• Knowledge sharing with colleagues
• Education and training
At DIS/CREADIS, you will find that you are often on the steep part of the learning curve and will gain considerable experience in a short amount of time. DIS/CREADIS is a knowledge-intensive company, and if you encounter a challenge or need a crash-course within a new area, there is often a colleague who has the answer or the right set of skills to help you. “You never work alone” is the concept we live by and knowledge sharing and the willingness to help each other is of great importance to us.
With our increasing global activities, new exciting career opportunities are also offered. Among other, you will have the opportunity to work with colleagues from other countries across borders, which to many is a new and exciting dimension.
In recent year, several of our employees have also had the desire to develop their careers by working abroad for a period. Here are some examples of employees who have worked on a specific project in one of our global offices or who have moved to a permanent position in an office abroad.