Tchibo is full of surprises, with a constant stream of new ideas that are brought to the shops by the passion and dedication of our employees. Linked to this is a working environment which could not be more diverse and interesting.

Work-family balance

Tchibo is among the most family-friendly companies in Germany. We unceasingly work on aligning family and career needs – including the care of children and dependent relatives as well as flexible regulations concerning working hours and places.  

Corporate health management

Tchibo invests in comprehensive corporate health management with the aim of maintaining both the physical and mental well-being of our employees. This includes ergonomic work-places, balanced nutrition in our employees restaurants and a sports and fitness programme.

Appreciation and respect – the foundations of our corporate culture

Qualified and dedicated employees are the basis of our success. Thus, the Tchibo Campus provides our employees with opportunities for professional and personal advancement. Our employees receive attractive performance-based pay and numerous social benefits provided voluntarily by the company – a further expression of the appreciation and respect-based culture of our family enterprise. 

Committed to helping refugees

Under the umbrella of the ‘Wir zusammen – Integrations-Initiativen der Deutschen Wirtschaft’ platform, we make a sustainable contribution to integrating refugees into society and the [German] employment market. We have defined specific support measures and focus our efforts on three  areas: cooperation and corporate volunteering, employment, and needs-based donations.


Our Sustainability Report 2015 provides comprehensive information.

Facts and Figures

Tchibo has cooperated with the “Elbkinder” day care centres for children in Hamburg since 2006. At present, 43 children of Tchibo employees are looked after at “Elbkinder” by trained kindergarten nurses. In 2010, Tchibo was the first retailer in Germany to be certified as a “Family-Conscious Employer” by berufundfamilie gGmbH.
Tchibo staff received more than 30,000 hours of training and further education on the Tchibo Campus.
• In 2015, we provided urgently needed items such as toys, bed linen, winter clothes or suitcases with a retail value of around two million euros to recognised relief organisations in Germany, Austria and Turkey.

Information on career opportunities is available here.