Give Steel’s ambition is to find and recruit young people and to offer them training and a qualification through an apprenticeship. Each year we look at our efforts and assess them, trying constantly to optimise our social baseline.
At Give Steel we develop and challenge our employees so that each person can become stronger, both professionally and at a personal level. This is why we use the statement ”We Grow People”.
We offer good quality jobs with strong development opportunities and want to make a positive difference to the lives of our employees.
Key figures for our social baseline
|Calculated societal value of apprentices and CSR-related employment 2022:
|In 2022 Give Steel was authorised to take on:
|In the end of 2022 Give Steel had:
|Trainees who had a previous history involving crime:
|Trainees who completed their training in 2022:
|CSR employment in 2022:
|Flex job occupants:
Dansk Metal and Give Steel
Watch Give Steel in Dansk Metal Herning’s film about the blacksmith qualification.
“It is important that these young people feel that they are a part of something.”
Meet Kristian Eliseholm, who is the foreman for our apprentice trainees.
We Grow People
Do you want to join our team?
Visit the production here – sound in Danish.
Unsolicited applications are sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Jonas, an apprenticeship was the exit path from cannabis abuse and trouble.
Hear his story here (in Danish).
All our steel beams are made in Denmark. This assures quality and also protects Danish jobs.
As a local company our jobs bring value to our local community and ensure that everyone is paid according to a common agreement.
Local footprint in the local environment
As a company we try to leave a positive footprint in the local environments where we have a presence. We do this by bringing jobs to outer areas, strengthening the competences of newly-qualified engineers and offering local engineers attractive options for careers development.
We offer young people with criminal backgrounds a new chance at life.
We have been partners of the High:Five organisation for many years, helping those with previous criminal records back into the labour market and encouraging them towards a new and better future.