Hear authentic employee stories in new Schneider Electric podcast

Hear authentic employee stories in new Schneider Electric podcast

 July 27, 2021

Schneider Electric has launched a podcast about real people have real conversations called Good, the Bad, and the Beautiful.

Highlighting authentic voices from Schneider Electric 

The podcast aims to highlight authentic stories from the Schneider Electric community and is co-hosted by Schneider Electric's:

  • News Editor, Carmel Bawa
  • Employer Branding & Graduate Recruitment Lead, Emma Gallagher
  • Segment Marketing Manager, Rob Insull

In the first episode, 'I am who I am', Emma speaks with Schneider Electric employees Ben Arthur and Laura Bintcliffe about Pride, pronouns, allyship, and career tips. The episode also focuses on imposter syndrome, transferable skills and interview advice.

Meet Carmel Bawa and Emma Gallagher

Carmel Bawa is the News Editor for Schneider Electric Global Marketing, whose love affair with communications started 15 years ago with her first job. Since then, her passion has extended to internal and external communications. When she’s not at her desk, Carmel loves to make jewelry, hang out with her husband and son and dream about their next holiday.

As Employer Branding and Graduate Recruitment Lead for Schneider Electric UK & Ireland, Emma Gallagher [pictured above], finds future talent their dream roles and enjoys watching them grow. She is proud to be an Employer Brand Champion and 100% ally to all. Emma is a huge animal lover especially when it comes to dogs. She has passion for trying new things and is currently learning to ride a dirt bike. She also loves travelling and experiencing different cultures.

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