In this pandemic Mycronic’s top priority is the health and well-being of our team members and to continue to support and service our customers. The focus has been, and remains to be, the safety of our employees, to slow down the spread and to secure critical functions within the company.
Sustainability is a key element of Mycronic’s business strategy and we are continuously working to improve our management of the sustainability challenges that we face. A lot of work remains, but we continue to lay a solid foundation with the aim to contribute to a more sustainable electronics industry.
The Swedish initiative Tekniksprånget (Technology Leap) is a four-month paid internship program where upper secondary school graduates get to join Sweden's most renowned organizations. The goal? To show young people what career opportunities there are within engineering.
Universum, an organisation in Employer Branding Research, Insights and Communication, awarded Mycronic in Sweden as the “Innovator of the Year” for the Employer Branding work we have done during the year and that has led to a higher position in their ranking of Best Employer in Sweden.
A true internationalist with a global track record of growing technology-based companies, Anders Lindqvist, new CEO of Mycronic, says the company will continue to invest heavily in R&D, grow organically, acquire new companies where it makes sense and stay close to its customers to add big value.