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 Recruitment workshop, recruitment of employees and training and further education 


For many small and medium-sized companies, entering the US market is a major challenge. Many companies are reaching their limits, as their limited knowledge and experience of the market, as well as language or cultural barriers, make it difficult to open up the new market.


Many questions arise for companies that want to enter the US market. How do we hire US personnel? How do we proceed when posting employees? What must be taken into account? Which intercultural issues need to be considered? Good preparation for these topics is essential.


The workshop "Recruitment, hiring of employees as well as training and further education" is aimed at companies planning to enter the US market. In the workshop, representatives of medium-sized companies in the USA will talk about how they have overcome various hurdles, especially when it comes to recruiting, hiring employees and intercultural issues. These topics should be brought to the participants of the workshops through practical discussions between the speakers.

Our speakers

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Nadine Hellmig

Head of HR International, Gerresheimer Regensburg GmbH

When she joined Gerresheimer Medical Systems Regensburg in April 2018, Nadine Hellmig took over the management of international human resources. Nadine Hellmig works with the international human resources partner of the global Gerresheimer locations. Your main task is the implementation of corporate structures and processes. She also works on global projects, such as the implementation of the training programs in the USA in cooperation with the local human resources manager. Other tasks include the management of international assignments at Gerresheimer and expatriate management.

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Ralph Moosman

Training Coordinator Americas, IMS Gear SE & Co. KGaA

Ralf Moosmann began his technical career in 2005 with an apprenticeship as a mechatronics technician at Chiron-Werke and then worked there as a fitter and commissioning engineer for 5-axis milling machines. In 2011, he successfully completed the state-certified technician for automation technology/mechatronics while working. He then worked as a trainer and equipment designer at Andreas Hettich GmbH. At the end of 2015, the opportunity arose to set up a training program based on the German model as a pilot project for all foreign locations for IMS Gear. Since 2019 he has been working at IMS Gear in Germany, where he is responsible for the training topics of the Americas locations.


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Stefanie Ziska

Managing Director, AHK USA-Atlanta

Since joining the German American Chamber of Commerce of the Southern US, Inc. (GACC South) in 2006, Stefanie Ziska has held various roles. In 2008 she became Marketing Director and in 2011 Vice President. She has been Managing Director since March 1, 2017. Stefanie initiated the community brand "AHK USA" and started the current nationwide personnel initiative for the German dual vocational training system in the USA. In 2016, Stefanie received the Governor's Award of GA in the category "International Business Woman of the Year" and has also been a member of the US Committee of the German Chancellor Fellowship, which is awarded by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, since 2017.

This workshop is sponsored by:

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