At Ericsson, we believe that cultural diversity enriches our every working day. And with more than 100,000 people speaking 193 different languages and operating in 180 countries, we have so much that we can share – our diverse experiences; our knowledge and expertise; our different ideas, thoughts and perspectives; the cultural journeys that have made us who we are.
"Spending time with people from other cultures teaches you a lot."
- Lilian Jaber
2017 Cultural Journeys eBook
Everybody has a story, a unique journey that they have taken through life which has led them to where they are. From the time we’re born until the present day, our journeys shape the people we become. The people of Ericsson have more than 100,000 individual journeys to share - and we’ve gathered some snapshots of these ongoing stories into an eBook that helps illustrate who we are as a truly global company. We’re proud to share it with you so that you can experience at least part of Ericsson’s commitment to, and culture of, diversity and inclusion.
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"For me it was clear at first sight to participate in this initiative as I am really proud of my country, city and of our cuisine!"
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2016 Cultural Journeys eBook
Food brings us together as families, people and communities. In this eBook, see how food and culture make our employees unique but also bring us together as One Ericsson. Our people and their diverse experiences are the key ingredients in our global success. We hope you all enjoy it!
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