Trained in accounting, I was expected to join the workforce in the financial sector. Life took a different turn, though, and there I was: in the engineering business. I asked myself “What happened?”Mehr
Is TUV Rheinland a purely German institution? Absolutely not. We run subsidiaries in 70 countries on all continents, and our offices, facilities and experts can be found around the world. That figures, since the need for quality and safety is just as global.
Someone nudged me excitedly on a weekday morning: “Look, the penguins are out!” At the very least, I was expecting to see the crew of ‘Penguins of Madagascar: The Musical’ in the street. It turned out that the “penguins” were a bunch of people wearing black business pants and white business shirts, some with business jacket to match the pants, waddling through the crowd to do their business.Mehr
When I joined TUV Rheinland in Singapore – the land of multiracial harmony – three years ago, little did I know that my team would be so diverse in so many ways. Our lunch talks never run out of fascinating topics. I come to work every day looking forward to lunchtime. No, not (just) for food, but for new knowledge and worldviews.Mehr
I believe there are (too) many people mixing up the meaning of the terms corporate Mission and Vision, until they become the meaningless piece of garbled words that we often see.Mehr
Part of the Integrated Work Study Program (IWSP) initiative at the Singapore Institute of Technology – which is where I am studying – is a one year long internship. I decided to spend this valuable time of practice in the Mobility Railway department of TUV Rheinland Singapore.Mehr