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We strive to make 2care4 a workplace that is as attractive as possible both for the company’s current employees as well as our future colleagues.


We strive to make 2care4 a workplace that is as attractive as possible both for the company’s current employees as well as our future colleagues. It is important that our employees develops personally and professionally, and we aim for an open environment with a high level of information where everyone is encouraged to contribute with his or her input and knowledge.

In order to achieve this, we demand quite a lot of you as a member of staff and we expect that you demand the same from us. It is important to 2care4 that culture and values go hand in hand with loyalty and mutual respect. There must be room for everybody to be heard for us to be able to find the best possible solution and create an even better workplace than we already have.

     


Innovation

Mutual Respect

Power to act

Quality

Andreas Sørensen

Operations Support/Coordinator for pick


I began as a warehouse assistant. It was actually just meant to be sabbatical year, but because I was very pleased with my job with 2care4, I decided to undertake training and the company has also given me the opportunity to get a college degree...


My position is Operations Support/Coordinator for Picking of Goods. I’ve been employed with 2care4 for three years. I began as a Warehouse Assistant. Actually, it was just meant to be sabbatical year, but because I was very pleased with my job with 2care4, I decided to undertake training and the company has also given me the opportunity to get a college degree in Business Administration. I have some very fine colleagues and this is true professionally, as well as socially because people are always willing to help one another. One of the most important reasons that I’ve decided to undertake my training with 2care4 is that I personally thrive in the company, but it’s also a company where you can develop professionally and acquire new skills all the time. And all this goes hand-in-hand with 2care4’s values. If you come up with a good idea for how something can be done in a better way, you’ll be listened to, and a good idea can be realised very quickly.

Conni Fuglsang

Project leader


Today I work as Project Leader in the Project Department. When I started at 2care4, I functioned as a link between Sales and Purchase. But quickly got to work on projects, as that is where my passion lies...


Today I work as Project Leader in the Project Department. Previously, I was an IT manager at the same time as I had a Project Manager role. I have been on 2care4’s journey for five and a half years. It has been an exciting journey - not least because two days are rarely the same. 2care4 has provided space for personal development, and I have continuously been given more responsibility. In addition to this, 2care4 has invested in a Project Management course, which strengthens me in the execution of my job. 2care4 has room for ‘Power to Act,’ and this isn’t just something we say! There’s room for taking responsibility, and, if you make a mistake at some point, it’s all right because the company fundamentally believes that you learn from your mistakes.

Louise Sabrina Nielsen

Regulatory assistant


I have worked as a Regulatory Assistant in Support for three years. My role as a Trouble-shooter means I must handle many things at the same time and we’re often very busy. I must also be able to act under time pressure...


I have worked as a Regulatory Assistant in Support for three years. My role as a Trouble-shooter means I must handle many things at the same time and we’re often very busy. I must also be able to act under time pressure where I’m supposed to make work processes function across departments to complete all tasks in the best way. We may, for instance, be challenged by repacking various items under a deadline. My role is to solve problems so that deadlines are met, with respect for quality aspects and regulatory requirements. My job involves a mix of team assignments and individual tasks, and I’m in contact with staff across all departments, including our international colleagues. Much importance is attached to freedom with responsibility and each and every day I’m allowed to be challenged and learn new things. In addition to my role with Support, I take part in the company’s optimisation projects. I go home every day with a feeling of not only having a small role, but rather I feel I’m an important part of 2care4’s strategy, where all of us share the same goal. As a member of 2care4’s staff, I’ve become part of a fun and inspiring environment where a thriving staff is an important part of everyday life. My colleagues are not only important to how I develop professionally; they’re also very important because they make up a large share of my friends outside the office. I have a great desire to undertake more training and 2care4 has given me the chance to get a college degree in Business Administration at the University of Southern Denmark at the same time. I’m proud to be a part of a company where development of the staff is highly prioritised and where the tools for this are made available.”

Jacob Melsen

Team leader


My current job is as Team Leader in our Regulatory Department. I was employed back in 2010 when the company had a staff of only 30 people. I began working part-time in the warehouse when I was 15 years old...


My current job is as Team Leader in our Regulatory Department. I was employed back in 2010 when the company had a staff of just 30 people. I began working part-time in the warehouse when I was 15 years old and still in grade school. This continued through high school where I was offered a part-time job in the office in our Development Department. When I finished high school, I was offered a new job as a Production Planner and was also offered to get a college degree in Business Administration, where the company pays for your studies. So, I worked full-time while attending school eight hours a week. A short time after I completed my degree, I was offered a job as Team Leader, which is the job I still have. I think my story shows very clearly that there’s a strong focus on and desire to make sure the staff develops professionally. If a person is needed for a job, what usually happens is that 2care4 looks for a person who’s already employed within the company to see if that person can be moved to the other job. When it comes to social life, I think 2care4 is one of the best companies in Denmark. I’m using big words, but I’m pretty sure. Personally, I believe that 2care4’s professional focus, where it’s possible to move people internally from one job to another and make good use of their competencies and experience, strengthens the social atmosphere in the company. In most departments, there’s at least one member of staff who’s been in more than one department and this means knowledge is shared across departments, social ties grow stronger and the degree of respect among the staff increases; at least, that’s what I feel. I also feel that the entrepreneurial spirit remains in the company even though it now employs 300 people, has a professional board and a Human Resources Department and is structurally a far cry from the small company it was when I began back in 2010. You still sense that willingness to go the extra mile and do something that a colleague forgot to do. This feeling gets stronger because Henrik and Toke are still here every day. Whenever you see them, you’re reminded that we’re still just a small company that’s deeply rooted in Esbjerg in Jutland.”