Inclusiveness and equality at Syntronic
At Syntronic, we believe that inclusiveness and equality result in better, stronger, and more sustainable progress. To promote gender equality at the workplace, we published a series of interviews with some of our inspiring female leaders throughout the month of March 2021.
Ge Jingwei, General Manager Assistant
Ge “Spring” Jingwei, who is one of the driving forces behind Syntronic China’s success, has an inspiring career story to share. She has a strong passion for communication, customer relations, and talent management.
Ghaida Magnusson, Project Manager
Ghaida Magnusson, project manager at our headquarters in Gävle, is an inspiring and dynamic leader. In this interview, she shares her best leadership strategies and reflections on ways to attract more women to the technology sector.
Lily Chen, HR manager
Lily Chen, our HR manager in China, appreciates Syntronic’s team-oriented business approach. In this interview, she shares her best strategies for promoting inclusiveness and clear communication in large organizations such as Syntronic.
Siti Adzilah Salleh, Finance & HR Manager
Siti Adzilah Salleh, our Finance & HR Manager at Syntronic Malaysia, believes that new technology can help us create stronger, better, and more inclusive societies. In this interview, she shares her career story and reflections about the future.
Tiara Eka Ariyanti, Quality Manager
Tiara Eka Ariyanti, our Quality Manager in Jakarta, is a highly skilled engineer who is passionate about people management. In this interview, she shares her thoughts on professional development, equality in the workplace, and Syntronic Indonesia’s success story.
Life at Syntronic
"Treat each team member as your closest ally!”
When Scandinavian students were asked to identify their life goals in a study, they ranked extensive travel and fulfilling careers the highest. Syntronic’s Jason Liu, who has achieved both, shares his reflections on growth in today’s dynamic work environment.
“Why be bored at work when you can create history?”
How do we achieve real happiness and well-being at work? Our site manager Daniel Nygren analyses the enigma and describes Syntronic’s positive work environment.
“A professional come-back is great for the individual as well as for the company”
Strategy. Optimization. Efficiency. Those are key words that our newly appointed Senior Sourcing Manager, Daniel Blomquist, believes in. Daniel, who was our consultant manager in the early 2000s, is making his come-back at Syntronic with fresh eyes and new experience. In a candid interview, he shares his vision for Syntronic’s future sourcing strategy.
“Syntronic is an international platform for new ideas”
Our engineering PhD-holder Farzin Manouchehri believes that a second digital communication revolution is just around the corner, that teamwork boosts professional growth, and that a multicultural working environment is the best atmosphere for generating new ideas.
"What makes a great Syntronic engineer?"
"Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life," Confucius once said. Is Syntronic your ideal workplace satisfaction match? Malin Lundquist, our strategic competence leader who has a key role in recruitment, has noticed a set of characteristics that Syntronic engineers have in common. We present her observations.
“The best recipe for innovation is work-life harmony, equality, and cultural diversity”
What does it take to come up with original ideas in a technology industry that never sleeps? Our Wireless Telecom Software Designer Chethan Kumar shares his best innovation strategies and reflects around why our Ottawa office was voted the Best Place to Work in the capital region this year, for the second time.