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Republic of Korea
Republic of Korea
STEMCO, Ltd. (STEMCO)
- Q1. What was your most impressive work?
- It was when our department won the grand prize for the in-house video competition aimed at fostering “wa,” a Japanese cultural concept that implies a peaceful unity and conformity within a social group, in which members prefer the continuation of a harmonious community over their personal interests. Our department created a video using several thousand photographs in which all our employees unified to create a bright future.
- Q2. What does your company do?
- It is a joint venture between Toray Industries, Inc. and Samsung Electro-Mechanics Co., Ltd. that manufactures and sells tape substrate for mounting display driver IC used for liquid crystal display (LCD) panels and plasma display panels.
- Q3. What does your department/section do and what work are you in charge of?
- Using my Chinese language skills in the sales and marketing department, I am in charge of Chinese Taipei clients. I am engaged in a wide range of operations: from product development to mass production, purchase orders and sales management, identifying market trends, etc.
- Q4. What kind of job do you mainly put a lot of effort into?
- Since Chinese Taipei is becoming a very important market, I try to provide prompt and reliable service in order to enhance customer satisfaction.
- Q5. When do you feel rewarded at work?
- I feel rewarded when the sales from Chinese Taipei increase as a result of my finding new customers and when I contribute to the company through various sales activities.
- Q6. What is it that you put a lot of effort into in your personal life?
- I had a child at the end of last year and currently put a lot of effort into raising my child while I work. During the weekday, I focus on my work and on the weekend, I focus on child-raising. Although child-raising is sometimes more difficult than work, I use my ingenuity to the maximum to retain the “two hares.”