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We operate in more than 50 countries around the world. If your country is not on the list, please refer to our global contacts.

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Global contacts

We operate in more than 50 countries around the world. If your country is not on the list, please refer to our global contacts.

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Global contacts

We operate in more than 50 countries around the world. If your country is not on the list, please refer to our global contacts.

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Global contacts

We operate in more than 50 countries around the world. If your country is not on the list, please refer to our global contacts.

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Global contacts

We operate in more than 50 countries around the world. If your country is not on the list, please refer to our global contacts.

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Global Management Trainee Programme

Meet a Global Management Trainee

Jonas is a former the Global Management Trainee. He began his journey in ISS September 2018 and recently returned from Singapore as a part of the programme.

Jonas Brandt El Hachlaf

MSc Accounting, Strategy and Control, Copenhagen Business School. Former Student Assistant at Borean Innovation and Analyst, Nexus Advokater.

Why did you choose to apply for the Graduate Program?

"What caught my attention when reading the job post was the emphasis on developing your leadership skills. To do so within a big global company like ISS provides a tremendous amount of opportunities both nationally but also globally. Also, the thought of a three-month exchange to another country didn’t hurt."


What has been the biggest challenge during the program?

"The biggest challenge of the program - which is probably also one of the best parts of it - is the constant rotations. A normal tour is between 4 and 6 weeks, meaning that you “switch” jobs at least every second month. It obviously gets easier during the program because you will have more knowledge as you go along. On a more operational level I would say that my week of cleaning with our cleaning staff was probably one of my hardest weeks – I have a tremendous amount of respect for my colleagues who do that every day."

What has been the top 3 things about the program so far?

"I could mention a lot of good things about the program, but my top three things would be:

  1. The support and attention from the Executive Leadership team: As you start the program you will get a mentor who is a part of the Executive Leadership team, who will support and challenge you through your journey. You also get to present your suggestions of improvement to the Executive Leadership team throughout the program, which is significant given that they are important stakeholders, when it is decided which role you will start in after the program.
  2. The network: By rotating through the business you build up a great network which is valuable during the program as well as after. Beside building up a network nationally you will also join a global network of trainees which you will be able to share ideas and experiences with.
  3. Responsibility: If you want it you can get a lot of responsibility by simply raising your hand when different tasks comes around. As an example, I ended up being in charge of splitting the budget between five main sites at one of our biggest accounts in Denmark – I had been in the program for only 3 months!"

What’s the most important thing to succeed in the program?

"Personally, I think there is two things which will help you be successful in the program. The first one is to be curious and humble – when going around different areas of the business it´s important to ask questions if you want to gain insight to the different business units. Most people I have met will gladly share their knowledge if you ask in a nice and humble way. By being curious you will also get to know people and by that expand your network within the organization which will help you moving forward. Secondly you must be proactive! If you want to make an impact you need to be proactive and act on the knowledge you get from talking to people. You must remember that part of the responsibility for your learning is on you."

Any advice for new applications?

"My best advice is to be yourself – it might sound cliché, but it is important. The recruitment process is long and challenging and ends with a full day assessment center, so your true self will come out eventually. Furthermore, ISS know what it takes to go through the program as well as which profiles thrive in their program, so by acting like yourself you will know that you can handle the challenge and will enjoy it if you make it all the way through the recruitment process."

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