Joining the Harry's team

Become part of our incredible team!

Joining the Harry's team

Become part of our incredible team!

We are a young company that looks back on a long tradition. We merge ground-breaking innovation with precise craftsmanship. Become part of our success story and help us revolutionize the razor market.

We are a team

Our employees are the center of our universe. As a team, we stick together through thick and thin. The satisfaction of our customers is always at the centre of our work.

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Success Stories

Verena Wagner

I applied to Harry's because I was looking for a new professional challenge in the human resources segment. Because Harry's is a very well known and...

Alexander Förster

I started as a press worker in the blade production department in 2011. Since then, I have been promoted to team leader. My constant curiosity and my...

Inken Seltmann

After working in a big city for a long time, I was drawn back to the countryside. By moving to Eisfeld, I have found both: a great employer and a...

Sebastian Schwabbacher

Before I applied to Harry's, I already knew the company through a couple of vacation jobs. The biggest motivation to apply here was the good working...

Daniel Schmidt

My career at the company started in 2001 with an apprenticeship. Since those days I have become Division Manager. The most important thing for me was...

Andreas Beer

I have been with the company for almost 30 years now. At Harry's, employee training is a top priority, and there are regular training sessions for all...

Ronald Gahn

I have been working for the company for over 30 years and I associate a lot of memories with this place, since my father and grandfather also worked...
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kilometers separate our employees in New York City and Eisfeld.
different nationalities work at Harry’s to create a perfect shaving experience.
mammoths fit into the new production hall on Seerasen – next to each other.
razors stacked on top of each other are as tall as the Empire State Building.