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"2023 Best Place to Work" Award for Plansee Shanghai

On December 6, Plansee Shanghai was named "2023 Best Place to Work” by the Pudong New Area Government of Shanghai. Chaired by Dave Ulrich, the father of modern human resources, a committee of 8 experts, selected Plansee Shanghai from more than 150 companies.

The "2023 Best Workplace to Work" competition is organized by the Shanghai Pudong New Area Human Resources and Social Security Bureau. Therefore, the 30 most influential companies from Shanghai are selected every year. The awards are judged primarily on the dimensions of business, innovation, sustainability, reach, social impact and working environment.

As a global leader in powder metallurgy, Plansee HPM is trying build a better workplace for all our employees. Plansee Shanghai has been recognized in eight aspects: a suitable working environment, a variety of employee activities, a rich employee welfare, a perfect training system, innovative workplace practices, diverse employee research, an inclusive corporate culture and sustainable development

"We are very honored to receive this award, which is not only a recognition of the company, but also a reflection of the employees' sense of identity and belonging to the company. Honor only represents the past, action can depict our future, and the company will be even more brilliant next year.“ so Richard Cheung, Managing Director of Plansee Shanghai.

Andreas Oberthanner, Head of HR Business Partner HPM, congratulated PSH and said: “This award once again confirms the outstanding performance of Plansee Shanghai’s HR department under the leadership of Michael Song, HR Business Partner. My appreciation applies to all PSH employees as employee satisfaction - besides customer satisfaction – is the main driver for business success. Therefore, the impact of HR work on retention, sense-making and performance should be recognized, and this motivates us to continue to focus on HR excellence at PSH".


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