The foundation of Jabil’s Respect. Recognize. Reward. program is built on a respectful work environment where everyone is empowered to contribute to the success of the company. The program’s goal is to discover, highlight and share employees’ superior performance and their commitment to helping others.
Employee recognition has always been an integral part of Jabil’s culture and, following our belief in empowerment, each site designed its local recognition program to fit its unique culture. When the Respect. Recognize. Reward. program was developed in 2010, it was critical that sites continue to run its local programs while at the same time, giving them the ability to submit exceptional employees for global recognition. This structure has resulted in hundreds of Jabil employees, from all departments, locations and functions, to be recognized and celebrated each quarter. Employees’ actions and results vary, but their contributions all support Jabil’s Guiding Principles.
At a young age, Wang Lin Hsieh’s imagination would flourish with ideas of discovery and innovation. So it’s no surprise his role as an Automation Design Engineer at Jabil’s Changhua Automation site captures this spirit of ingenuity.
“There is a sense of pride and accomplishment when you see a production line with many complicated processes you’ve contributed to start producing,” said A-lin, as he likes to be called. “It’s a good feeling when you and your team’s hard work and collaboration comes full circle.”
It’s the same feeling A-lin had as a university student when he would help provide after-school tutoring to poor children or single-parent families. “I believe children are the future of our country,” said A-lin. “If we invest in their education and create a positive environment for them to thrive, it will lead to great things.”
On weekends, A-lin enjoys relaxing with his family, going on bike rides or having a picnic in the park. “I cherish every moment I have with my family,” said A-lin. “They are the most important thing to me.”
A-lin hopes to one day travel the world for Jabil learning new techniques about our different manufacturing capabilities to learn new techniques. But he offers a bit of advice for those traveling to his home country of Taiwan. “The culinary creations found in the night markets are delicious,” he says. Everyone must try the oyster omelets, stinky tofu and blood cake.”