Our workplace culture combines the best of both worlds: the dynamic quality of an agile startup with the long-term planning of a technology group that focuses on the future.
We support, help, appreciate, challenge and spur each other on in pursuit of our goals. We work together – not in competition with each other – and can always rely on the rest of the team.
As all of our goals and activities are based on our corporate vision and mission, every member of the team knows what they have to do and how they can contribute to the success of the business. We use Kanban boards, daily stand-ups, weekly reviews and monthly presentations to facilitate transparent planning, open communication and a strong feedback culture.
Our onboarding process for all “NEW LOGICS”, as we call them, ensures that they get off to a strong start at the company. This process includes a two-day information event detailing everything they need to know, and a personal buddy who helps the new talent get settled within their department and understand their duties.
Our activities are diverse, and so are the people who work for us: our 160 members of staff come from just under 20 countries and counting.
Here are a few of them:
As an UX designer at ONE LOGIC, Kyra Bollmeyer works with our Software Development team to keep improving our user experience. When Kyra isn’t busy delving deep into one customer journey or another, she likes to spend her free time travelling and zipping through Munich on her longboard.
Alexander Pöll has been with ONE LOGIC since 2016. As an apprentice, he supports our Software Development department. Alexander is an ideas man in his private life, too: he is the co-founder and organizer of Blackdoor Music Fest, where he also performs with his band. At ONE LOGIC company parties, Alex likes to charm us all with his stoner rock stylings and unique singing voice.
A combination of expertise and a willingness to help others makes HR generalist Christina Englmaier indispensable to the rest of the ONE LOGIC team. Christina is just as appreciated outside work, too: as a riding instructor, she can share what she knows about the discipline and help other riders improve.
As the Head of Marketing, Wolfram Wege is responsible for all marketing and communications at ONE LOGIC. This role allows him to channel his market, brand and management vision and guide the business to success. In his free time, Wolfram is at home on the water, and enjoys nothing more than sailing in the Mediterranean.
ONE LOGIC is more than a company – it’s a mindset. We like the idea of being strong enough to be humble, which is why authenticity, respect and dedication are key elements of our corporate culture. We embody these values day in, day out, both in our work and in the way we address each other. What does this mean, exactly?
Just this: we find the best solution for our customers. And we measure the result based on its worth, not on the time and effort spent on it.
We are honest and direct in our communication. Hierarchy and politics do not come into it. For us, the best idea wins, regardless of where it comes from.
We learn from each other and keep developing all the time, thanks in part to our positive culture of constructive criticism.
We take responsibility for what we do and act decisively. We don’t rely on excuses; we look for solutions. We embrace a can-do mentality, as we know we can rely on the support of our team at all times.
We prioritize equal opportunities and fairness. Our salary grid keeps things transparent for everyone, ensuring all members of the team are paid equally.
We rely on our career advisor system to help our employees get ahead both in their careers and their private lives. A personal career advisor looks at individual situations from the perspective of the employee, the team leader, other colleagues and (if relevant) external stakeholders, so that we can set the right personal development goals for our people.
We also provide our salaried employees with a personal annual development budget that they can use to earn extra qualifications or to invest in literature.
We offer remote-work options, paid ‘holiday’ for parents caring for a sick child, a babysitter allowance and subsidies for the company-pension scheme. This is our way of creating a working environment that is compatible with our employees’ private lives and family situations.
Fun and enjoyment are just as important: We don’t want our relationship to be only about work – barbecues, wine tasting workshops and yoga sessions are just some of the ways that our colleagues spend time together.
Through our company health-management program, we offer a wide range of activities designed to promote personal well-being. After being with us for six months, all salaried employees also receive food vouchers and can take advantage of regional, healthy meals delivered directly from a mobile canteen to our headquarter in Passau.
The bottom line:
Improvement is an ongoing process. We regularly conduct employee surveys and use peer comparisons to make sure everyone on the team is satisfied with their situation.