Here you'll find helpful answers to common questions about working at Bayer.
The Education Assistance Program encourages the continuous learning of eligible employees by providing financial support to those who attend educational programs that will prepare them for a current or future career opportunity. Through this program, an eligible employee applies and can be reimbursed for expenses towards accredited post-secondary and post-graduate courses.
We encourage and support all employees to achieve their maximum potential through continuous learning and effective career management. We offer an array of internal programs featuring various online tools and resources, as well as external, customized training and leadership programs (both local and international) for teams and individuals based on developmental needs.
Bayer hires people for careers, not to fill jobs. Our career planning process is unique to every employee, providing specific guidance and development opportunities to help them achieve their goals. We encourage employees to manage their career in partnership with their manager and the organization, taking advantage of our CareerFlexx approach - a career planning model that accommodates vertical and lateral career moves to broaden each employee's base of skills and experiences.
The process is as follows:
- Jobs are posted internally and online
- Candidates submit their application electronically
- Applications are reviewed by recruiter against specific criteria requirements
- Successful candidates are interviewed
- Finalist is identified
- Reference checks are completed on all final candidates
- Bayer presents employment offer
All candidates will be screened against required qualifications and relevant experience.
Résumés are kept on file for six months.
Only qualified applicants will be granted an interview.
Only interviewed candidates will be informed of the progress and when the job is filled.