Struggle for personnel: part-time work is now even possible in production


In the battle for employees, FACC is more flexible than ever when it comes to working time models. To make it easier for mothers to return to work after maternity leave, there are now even part-time jobs in manufacturing. You can read here what the aircraft supplier from the Innviertel must implement.

When FACC boss Robert Machtlinger presented the half-year figures, point 4 of the annual objectives was as follows: Build up staff to secure growth after 2023.

“Pensions are not a big problem for us. “Our projects and the demand for aircraft are increasing rapidly and we need employees for that,” says Machtlinger.

300 different working time models
And in order to assert the aircraft supplier in the competition with other leading companies in the Innviertel, the company is constantly pushing its own boundaries, especially in terms of flexibility. There are now 300 different working time models, job sharing and part-time production to make it easier for returnees to return to work after maternity leave.

Part-time assembly of aircraft parts: is that really possible? “Implementation in the production environment requires a broad rethink,” says Machtlinger. “It works, but it’s not easy.”

Machtlinger: “It’s not a one-way street”
Because: Most part-time employees want to work between 7 a.m. and 12 noon. The FACC is doing its best: “We try to respond to the changes in the labor market, but it is not a one-way street, but rather a mutual give and take.”

Source: Krone


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