“Corporate social responsibility” to me is giving something to the communities without expecting something in return … pretty much like Christmas.
For me Celanese is not just a great place to work, but also being a part of the communities where we work. We have four sites here in Germany employing approximately 1,500 people. A lot of people live close to where they work or have their kids in kindergartens and schools nearby.
The opportunity to get a day off work and do something good in a community project is something that is not really common here. That’s why I was more than surprised by how…
As the holiday season approaches, it is that time of year when crime tends to rise. And although the list of security tips listed below is nothing new, it’s a good idea to remind ourselves of these useful tips to ensure we are not victims of identity theft, digital fraud or any other sort of crime.
Tip 1: Keep your money and credit cards safe.
While you are out shopping for gifts, make sure your cash and credit cards are not readily visible or easily lifted. For the ladies, this means keeping your purse closed at all times and for the men keeping your wallet near your body where you can feel it.
Tip 2: Email scams
Do not click on links embedded in your email or open attachments from random sites or people unless you are absolutely sure it is a legitimate email. This is how malware can end up installed on your PC for the purposes of stealing your identity or learning more about you and your…
Everyone who has changed jobs or departments can understand how enlightening it is to suddenly see Celanese from a different perspective.
In the Nanjing Shared Service Center (now GBS), we have been running a Rotation Program that has been designed to broaden peoples perspective as well as develop their technical skills. This is not a new idea by any means, but what is different is we have stuck with the program and have seen how people grow. From an employee who was processing invoices in Accounts Payable, to becoming a supervisor after her rotation, and now moving into a team lead role. Or another employee who left Nanjing as a quiet young graduate and came back more experienced, full of confidence and knowledge in his area. My favorite stories are those candidates who are brave enough to…