HR director Esther Hou received the award on behalf of Turck
Turck China Honored with Career Award
At the 2020 αi Quality Workplace event Turck attained the “Outstanding Growth Award”
End of November 2020, Turck (Tianjin) Sensors Co., Ltd. was awarded the “Outstanding Growth Award” by αi Quality Workplace. The automation specialist competed against more than 2,900 companies. Esther Hou, HR Director, received the award at the commemoration on behalf of Turck. As she expressed, Turck always appreciates the importance of talent cultivation and development and provides its employees with diversified career paths. Over the years, Turck has been upholding its long-standing values of “Loyalty, Trust, Professionalism and Success”.
The “Outstanding Growth Award” aims to recognize and encourage the business operations of Turck over the last 26 years. As Industry 4.0 sweeps the world, Turck has been committed to assisting numerous Chinese manufacturers in digital upgrade and smart applications. It is the development strategy of outstanding talent cultivation that leads to the continuous success of Turck. In pursuit of customer-oriented practices, Turck always persists in Managing Director Shuwen Qu’s philosophy of “Visionary transformation”. Under this tenet, innovation is driven by “a vision”, while business continuity is sustained by “transformation”.
The company lately introduced the H2O concept for individual growth and learning. H2O stands for Happiness, Health, Ownership, implying that learning plays an essential role in an individual’s career. The Company and its management will provide the platform, resources, and support to its employees, who will in turn be fully responsible for their own career development.
2020 αi Quality Workplace is an important career-themed event in China, which is jointly organized by People’s Daily Online, CIIC Shanghai and CIIC Guanaitong. The theme for 2020 was “New Manpower for Mutual Benefits”. The event strives to study the current conditions of career development, the achievements through practices, focal issues, and their future trajectories in China.