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Exyte celebrates the diversity and inclusiveness of its people

Exyte celebrates the diversity and inclusiveness of its people

 May 22, 2019

For Exyte, International Women’s Day is an important occasion to celebrate the diversity and inclusiveness of their employees.

The day serves as a checkpoint, a nudge for the cpomany to ask themselves some very important questions like “What does inclusiveness mean for Exyte as an organization? And what does it mean for each and every individual working at Exyte?" 

Diversity of ideas and skills is good for business

Sponsoring and supporting its employees is a key value that Exyte's leaders share. They believe that diversity of ideas and skills leads to clear business benefits and success. The company focuses on providing equal opportunities to all of its people and supports them in realizing and achieving their full potential.

On International Women’s Day, the company pledges its strong commitment to nurturing a more diverse and inclusive workplace for all.

Engaged employees share thoughts about supporting female talent

Exyte cultivates a global spirit through mutual respect and the sharing of diverse backgrounds and experiences - and gender diversity is a strength that creates an important richness within the company. Here are what some of Exyte's people had to say about diversity as they celebrated and supported International Women's Day.

Malcom Louth: HR Director for EMEA

"I am committed to creating an environment where all of our people can reach their full potential," explains Malcolm.

IWD - Exyte: Malcolm Louth

Salam Safi is Director Human Resources for Exyte in the Americas

What does inclusiveness mean for each and every individual working at Exyte?

"I began with Exyte as an HR analyst and have been given nothing but opportunities to grow and take on new challenges," asserts Salam.

IWD - Exyte: Salam Safi

Charlotte Lafferty: Head of Talent Acquisition for EMEA

Charlotte reflected on her professional and personal journey and shares tips and advice on what makes her tick.

"I'm aware of the importance of being given opportunities," acknowledges Charlotte.

IWD - Exyte: Charlotte Lafferty.

Yeo Ling: Head of the Engineering Department in Malaysia

Having the drive and staying focused are some of the common themes that thread throughout the conversations with Exyte's women employees in the Asia-Pacific region.

"I believe it is important to take keen interest in the work one does. Construction is no longer a man’s world, the women at Exyte have provided time and again that given an equal opportunity, they can achieve anything. During my early years as a process engineer, I was inspired by female colleagues from Singapore office. They have been with company even longer than I am and held prominent positions. I learnt from them that you can achieve all that you aspire for and be someone in this company as long as you work hard for it," shares Yeo. 

IWD Exyte - Yeo Ling

Tina Toh: Lead Cleanroom Engineer in Singapore

Women from Exyte's Asia-Pacific region continue to share inspiring stories and Tina Toh, Lead Cleanroom Engineer of Exyte in Singapore has never looked back since she joined Exyte over a decade ago.

"Hang in there. At first, it will be tough. But each job is designed differently - do not be afraid to experiment, you will learn and build character. You will work with several many people. You will get those big opportunities. And you will grow up, as I did," inspires Tina.

IWD - Exyte: Tina Toh

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Exyte looks to recruit impressive female talent, so research their current job vacancies and explore some very exciting career options.


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