Episode 3: From craftsmanship and artistic
Inside TRAMAG Team – Work & Life in Balance
Inside TRAMAG: Our employee Stefan
“And what else do you do?”
In the current and the last two episodes of our new Webnews video series, TRAMAG employees from office and production give us insights into their activities inside and outside their company: exciting and relaxing, culinary and creative, technological and archaeological, handcrafted and constructive. As versatile as our products and applications. Let us surprise you.
exciting and relaxing, culinary and creative, technological and archaeological, handcrafted and constructive. As versatile as our products and applications. Let us surprise you.
Our employee Stefan …
In this episode, the focus is on our employee Stefan. At TRAMAG, he winds high-quality coils for our transformers and chokes, with craftsmanship’s skill and ability, much to the delight of our customers. With artistic skill and ability, he creates wonderful illustrations for children’s books in his spare time, much to the delight of young readers. This is how Stefan balances work and life for herself.
Since 1923, customers all over the world have trusted in the TRAMAG solution competence and in the TRAMAG quality responsibility of our employees for the use of transformers, chokes and filters in the most diverse electrotechnical applications. We have been committed to this claim with inductive and innovative TRAMAG-passion for 100 years.
“Work-life balance is not an entitlement or benefit. Your company can not give it to you, you have to create it for yourself.” – Matthew Kelly
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