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It is 16.10. And in Co­lo­gne, ever­ything is run­ning at full speed. Alt­hough the ma­jo­ri­ty of the de­part­ments have al­rea­dy mo­ved, the real move has only just be­gun. Espe­cial­ly in the de­part­ment “IT-Ope­ra­ti­ons”, this is very no­ti­ce­ab­le: The­re are many pro­blems, some things don’t work pro­per­ly and then the­re was also a move of the CRM (cus­to­mer ma­nage­ment sys­tem), which leads to a lot of fur­ther work – be­cau­se the buil­ding its­elf is not yet com­ple­te­ly fi­nis­hed. As a trai­nee, it is cur­r­ent­ly dif­fi­cult to help out, be­cau­se it is sim­ply a lot of con­ta­ct with ex­ter­nal com­pa­nies that take over the move them­sel­ves (and bring all the stuff from the old to the new lo­ca­ti­on) or a lot of tech­ni­cal know-how is re­qui­red, for what you need spe­cia­lists. Then you get a ti­cket or two that so­me­thing doesn’t work at work, whe­re you then sup­port your colleagues.

I am al­rea­dy working a good time at the new lo­ca­ti­on and have al­rea­dy wal­ked through all floo­rs and de­part­ments be­cau­se of ti­ckets and was able to get a good pic­tu­re of the new lo­ca­ti­on. Many col­leagues were still not qui­te com­for­ta­ble with the open plan of­fice, as it can get pret­ty noi­sy. Per­so­nal­ly, I am so­me­what di­vi­ded: On the one hand, it can get re­al­ly loud when several peop­le are on the pho­ne at the same time. But on the other hand, it’s re­al­ly plea­sant be­cau­se ever­yo­ne can com­mu­ni­ca­te with ever­yo­ne so­mehow and there’s sim­ply an open re­la­ti­ons­hip with everyone.

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