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BASF Group CFO and Director; CEO, US Operations Kurt W. Bock
Kurt W. Bock
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    Many promises that were never fulfilled

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at BASF Group full-time for more than a year


    The company is really big and you have the chance to travel a lot if you are lucky otherwise you can ask to move to a new location easily. There are many benefits and work-freetime balance is good.


    It is so big that sometimes you feel lost. In my experience I did not get help from the german colleagues that have always been quite unpleasant. There is almost no program of employee development. Headquarters only care of revenues but

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    Most of the employees don't even know what BASF produces, this is because the internet website is really bad and corporate communication is lousy. It's a real pity, so many employees could be a perfect means of external publicity and corporate culture would also benefit. In my experience I felt the GT too distant, if engineers of other plants could have access to online tools and data, surely costs and time of designing could be decreased with an overall benefit for the company.

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