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Bachelor in Human Resource Management and Development
What do you do at Saab?
My work is both operational and strategic. I work at Group level and much of what I do concerns supporting managers in HR matters, big and small.
What attracted you to Saab?
Our goal is for 30 per cent of our managers to be female. It is difficult to do this in a company with a strong engineering focus when there are still not enough women studying to become engineers. Such an ambitious effort shows you just how seriously Saab takes the development of its employees. For us in HR, and Saab, this is a big challenge – and I love a good challenge!
What makes you want to go to work?
It is so varied and I am always faced with new challenges. It is also a very humble business culture, making it easy to make suggestions further up the hierarchy. Even a junior employee will be listened to. I can make a suggestion and suddenly there is a project team working on it. That really gives me motivation and drive!
What does the company do to ensure that employees are happy?
Saab puts a great deal of focus on training its leaders for example and this is incredibly important. If you have a good manager who motivates you and gives a lot of feedback you will develop very quickly.
How does the future look?
For my own part, I want to continue to develop at Saab. We are encouraged to move internally and there is enormous potential for me in this regard. One of the company’s main goals is to become more international. We are already operating in many places throughout the world and the main challenge for us in HR is obviously how to relate to laws and rules in other countries and how to think globally yet act locally.
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