We l.o.v.e. Europe- Experience as a Host Family – Part 1

We l.o.v.e. Europe- Experience as a Host Family – Part 1

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I am Christoph Rahier and me and my family hosted two interns during the “We l.o.v.e. Europe” project. It all started on Monday the 8th of May 2017 during a so called ‘sensi-session’ (‘sensi’ stands for ‘sensibilisation’ / ‘sensi’-sessions are organized regularly by the Mechelen plant management to involve the employees in a conversation with…

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We l.o.v.e. Europe – Jan shares his experience in Sarreguemines, France

We l.o.v.e. Europe – Jan shares his experience in Sarreguemines, France

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We were pleased to welcome Jan-Hendrik Caspers on the Sarreguemines Plant from 3rd to 7th July 2017. Jan is 23 years old, he lives in Hämelerwald, a small village near Hanover. He has a certificate in car mechanics. He is keen on cars, electrical processes and IT. Why did you volunteer to participate in the…

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We l.o.v.e. Europe – My Experience in Timisoara

We l.o.v.e. Europe – My Experience in Timisoara

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Hello, my name is Simon Tebeck and together with Kevin Gillich I take part in the project We L.O.V.E. Europe –  Europe without borders from Continental. We are happy to be able to travel to Timisoara, Romania. In Timisoara we arrived quite late, so, unfortunately, we hadn’t have the chance to see much of the city this…

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A Year in a Review: Most Visited Articles in 2016

A Year in a Review: Most Visited Articles in 2016

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This top 10 lists our most successful articles of 2016. Continental employees around the world have told many different stories. They let readers be part of personal experiences made at home and abroad, grant an insight into the daily business at Continental and give otherwise interesting information. Striking for me were the articles around the compatibility…

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Running Ultramarathons is like making love … Rafa strikes back

Running Ultramarathons is like making love … Rafa strikes back

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Running Ultramarathons is like making love … … The first time there is a big sense of anticipation, a certain fear of the unknown and a very intimate pressure to “perform”. Once it’s over the prevailing feeling is one of relief and some metaphysical emptiness, but to enjoy, really enjoy it … you have to…

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