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Congratulations to Kimberly Bocian at Ericsson, recognized as 2014 Glass Door Talent Warrior. The award honors recruiting and HR industry leaders for going beyond the call of duty, innovating, creating change and taking risks.
Ericsson recently established a partnership with CNN to sponsor a new program called "Tomorrow Transformed" hosted by Richard Quest. It will explore innovative approaches and opportunities in business and society through technology.
Congratulations to Stephanie Huf at Ericsson, who was awarded the Women Leadership Excellence Award in ICT Development by CMO Asia in recognition of her contribution to Ericsson’s work in Myanmar. The award recognizes and appreciates the role played by women as leaders and decision makers in shaping the future of the region.
Ericsson was recently recognized as a Best Place to Work by 24/7 Wall St, ranking #55 on the list. The rankings are based on independently reviewed employee ratings and testimonials on Glassdoor.com, with companies being recognized for the highest overall scores.
Ericsson has been leading the way in performing in-depth data traffic measurements since the early days of mobile broadband, covering all regions of the world. Check out our 2014 Mobility Report.
Ericsson invests in information and communication technology and talent on a global scale as part of the Networked Society vision, with university students being an important focus.
The truths we know about working life are undergoing some dramatic changes. New behaviors and emerging technologies are changing how work is organized and the activities we engage in. At Ericsson, we are enabling and driving this transformation. Join us and explore.
Ericsson ConsumerLab has identified some of the most important consumer trends for 2014 and beyond – including apps that will change society, your body being your password, and video consumption being driven by friends.
Budding engineers are enjoying a taste of life at Ericsson as part of the Swedish Tekniksprånget internship program aimed at encouraging young talents to pursue a career in technology.
A new Networked Society report looks at how students and progressive teachers, empowered by technology, are turning established models of learning and education on their heads and redefining existing systems and institutions.
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