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Women share why Eaton is the right company for them to work

Women share why Eaton is the right company for them to work

 August 27, 2019

Women want to work with Eaton for many different reasons. For Julienne Kung, Senior Quality Engineer, it's because of the company's technology and collaborative work environment.

"I chose Eaton because of the innovative technology and the collaborative work environment. I enjoy both the challenging work and the people I collaborate with every day," explains Julienne, who works in Peachtree City, Georgia.

As a power management company, Eaton's work means that, every day, businesses, vehicles and machines switch on and power up. The company's tag-line "making what matters, work" shows the passion and creativity of every employee at the company. 

Working in an opportunity rich environment is fulfilling 

Below, two further women explain why they choose to work with Eaton.

Paula Busby Latta, Electrical Sales Operations and Customer Care Director, says: "It's an opportunity rich environment where everyone, no matter what job they're in can have an impact and make things better."

"We focus on making sure business is personal but we also have strong values: we're ethical, we're passionate, we care about what we do," she adds.

Rita Bajusz, Early Talent Program Manager, says: "People development is at the core of the company and you can feel that on a daily basis through the number of opportunities that we have here." 

The following video explains more about why people love fulfilling their careers with Eaton and how they thrive within the company's working environment.

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