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.
Ensuring the safety of all employees at Jabil Chengdu is no small task. That's why, Huali Wang has dedicated herself to establishing a safety-first culture throughout one of Jabil's largest sites. “How we communicate safety is crucial to getting everyone committed to having a safety conscious mindset,” she says. “My colleagues, those who I call my friends, appreciate the positive and proactive approach I take every day to create a safe working environment.”
Part of her role as an environmental, health and safety engineer, Huali listens to feedback from employees to identify areas of opportunity and mitigate future risks. “I use these opportunities to make corrective actions and establish best practices,” she says. “The continuous improvement methods and philosophies I learned through my Lean Six Sigma training help guide my approach.”
Outside of work, her more adventurous side comes through. She enjoys cooking with fresh ingredients from the local markets and trying out new flavors to spice up some of her favorite dishes. Additionally, she keeps active by hiking mountains near her home. “It’s a nice release from the daily pressures of life and allows me to clear my mind,” says Huali.
She also strives for personal growth and development. In the future, she wants to improve her English and travel to the United States of America. “There are so many places I want to learn more about and see in person,” she says.