It is one thing to talk about the challenges of business and politics on stage in front of decision-makers – but our demands must also reach the wider audience. It is the media such as television, newspapers and radio that attract attention to our issues and make them accessible to society in general.
Mir ist es eine Herzensangelegenheit, mich als unabhängige Person für die
Bedürfnisse, Wünsche, Fragen und Ängste junger Menschen einzusetzen.
SWR1 Leute Interview (2016)
ARD Morning show (2016)
_ZDF Report: Is the pension really enough? What remains of our working life (2019)
_ZDF Documentary: What women want and men think (2018)
_ZDF Lunchtime magazine: Youth, Politics, Bundestag elections (2017)
_ZDF Today: Facebook live – GenY, GenZ in the working world (2017)
_ARD One & Tatort – The Show: Tatort “Schock” Debriefing (2017)
_ZDF Lunchtime magazine: The pension reform seen through the eyes of Generation Y (2016)
_ZDF Today PLus: Generation Y (2016)
_ARD Morning magazine: The pension reform seen through the eyes of Generation Y (2016)
_SWR “Betrifft”: Getting out of the office (2016)
WDR 2: Arbeit und Lebenszufriedenheit in der Generation Y (2016)
_HR Performance 1/2019
_Wirtschaft Rheinland-Pfalz 22.02.2019
_Brand eins 09/2018
_Randstad Politikbrief 40/2017
_Tagesanzeiger Zürich 2016
_Monster Year Report 2015-2016
_Capital online 2016
_Psychologie Heute 2016
_Danmag Magazin 2015
and much more
Flexible, free, independent? What more and more young employees are confidently demanding is a great challenge for many companies. With the book “Die Spinnen die Jungen” Dr. Steffi Burkhart delivers a user manual for the generation Y.
Look into the book -> Book2Look
Our conversation has generated an astounding 160,000 additional viewers. This is the highest increase of the whole year. All of us in the editorial department were enthusiastic about her performance. Concise messages, precise statements – and, at long last, someone from this generation.
ZDF Television Editorial Office