For years, people with disabilities have been forced to live a life on the sideline. But now German software giant SAP plans to recruit people with autism to boost production.
Hans Asperger, the Austrian doctor after whom Asperger syndrome is named, collaborated on a Nazi program that involved the killing of disabled children, new research has found.
Inger Stoejberg received backlash after suggesting Muslims spend the month of Ramadan away from work. Experts and businesses fired back that there was no evidence of fasting affecting work safety.
Angela Merkel may be a shining example of female political leadership, but her country lags behind when it comes to female representation in the corporate world, according to a new report.
The new academy that the DFB plans to build is designed to set new standards in digital match analysis. Big data is thought to be the future of football and Germany is aiming to be the world leader in this field.
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