Recruiting and retaining talent

Securing the next generation of staff continues to be one of our priorities. In 2011, we hired 878 apprentices (figures include Postbank) and 713 university graduates. For a number of years now, we have been offering interns a compact development program enabling them to gain practical experience of selected business areas in addition to lectures and workshops. In 2011, 620 students from around the world took part in this summer internship program. In 2011 first and second year university students in different regions took part in our newly launched “Spring into Banking” program. Participants are introduced to the world of banking at our main offices in London, Frankfurt and New York.

To reach out to the next generation in its preferred communication channels, we provide a wide range of career-relevant content via social media channels such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Flickr. Since summer 2011 we have also been offering “new@db”, our first on-boarding iPhone app aimed especially at new recruits in the UK.

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Deutsche Bank Annual Report 2011