activity pack, the youngest members
of Swisslog turned into little inventors.
With Mini Swissloggers competitions and
entertainment packs, one of the tasks was
to build a bridge from a paper sheet, two
books and coins. Additionally, mums and
dads could devote some time for work
while little ones could color Swisslog's
CarryPick, AutoStore, and ItemPiQ. Who
knows, maybe we will consider little
engineers' artworks as future industrial
A CULTURE ABOUT CARING
All those events, activities, contributions
Head of Portfolio Management
"One of the most surprising observations,
that I found out during the
lockdown, next to all the challenges
we had in organizing things differently: I didn't have to drive by car! The
opportunity to win roughly one hour
per day had enormous value for me
and my family"
were very important to highlight our
Swisslog-spirit and helped create a
culture of belonging and always put the
needs of our customers in the center of
activities. Yet, these uplifting measures
assisted in delivering extraordinary
performance for our customers. In fact,
during the coronavirus pandemic we
did not register any threatening impact
in delivering projects to customers and
we stayed resourceful and focused as
usual. Therefore, at the end of the day
with heads up we can be proud of our
uninterrupted and persistent collaboration
Business Development in Iberia & Italy
"I think that working during lockdown
has been a very good exercise for
breaking out some old patterns,
reconsidering our work method and
learning how to face new challenges."
DID YOU KNOW?
UK's Office for National Statistics has shown that in April 2020 that 49.2 percent of
adults in employment were working from home. This implicates that around half
of the working population were suddenly precipitated from their normal work pace
and were positioned into new unprecedented circumstances.
Findings from the Harvard Business Review's study of 1,100 workers show that 52
percent of those who worked from home at least some of the time were more likely
to feel overlooked and neglected, as well as unable to deal with conflict between
themselves and colleagues.
Deloitte has found out that 93 percent workers agree with the statement that sense
of belonging drives organizational performance.
MINI SWISSLOGGERS ACTIVITY PACK OUTSIDE THE BOX COLORING
CARING FROM A DISTANCE