A few years into her career, Rachael Rodney made a bold move: She moved across the country to transition from a role in recruiting to a role in sales. One thing that didn’t change? The organization she worked for.
All of us worldwide are dealing with the challenging new environment of COVID-19. I have been relatively lucky and only have had to share my home office with first-grade distant learning!
With the reality of the situation, businesses are finding ways to continue to serve their markets and customers. Now that we have lived with this new reality for six months, trends in industrial markets are becoming clearer.
In a typical, normal day, how many times a day do you think about touching your face? Or perhaps your phone? Most likely, very little if not at all; however, what we’ve witnessed during the global pandemic of COVID-19, is a heightened sense of touch awareness, or being cognizant of surfaces we touch. In this unprecedented season, people and society as a whole have become very aware and wary of touching objects within our surroundings.
The rapid advancement in technology pertaining to automation is revolutionary and it is a privilege to be witnessing this change during our lifetime. With all the discussions and debates around automation and the future of mobility, it is hard to ignore the role of self-driving cars. The wide-scale adoption of autonomous vehicles (AVs) will be transformative, impacting almost every facet of our lives. AVs hold the potential to transform the way we live, travel, work, vacation and enjoy our leisure activities.
The ON Semiconductor Foundation is committed to serving the needs of communities through the investment of resources. Its primary focus of giving is in the areas of science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) education, health, disaster relief, environment and human services.
Since 2016, ON Semiconductor has funded more than $5 million in grants, employee matching and in-kind donations, as well as sponsorships and dollars-for-doers for employee volunteerism.
Written by Cassandra Savel, corporate social responsibility intern
The ON Semiconductor Foundation seeks to serve and provide for the needs of communities across the globe. Through its grant making, the ON Semiconductor Foundation is empowering and providing opportunities for growth among underrepresented populations. As an underrepresented population, the Latinx community in the United States faces challenges related to discrimination, economic poverty, immigration and community opportunity, which affect the experience of youth as they navigate childhood, adolescence and beyond.
El-Khoury Joins as President, Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Board of Directors Following his Successful Tenure as President and CEO at Cypress Semiconductor
PHOENIX, Ariz., Dec. 11, 2020 /3BL Media/ – ON Semiconductor Corporation (Nasdaq: ON) (“ON Semiconductor”) announced today that Hassane El-Khoury has been named as the company’s president, chief executive officer and member of its board of directors, effective Dec. 7, 2020.
ON Semiconductor has a network of manufacturing facilities and design centers in key markets across the globe. With over 34,000 employees spanning worldwide, diversity and inclusion initiatives are core functions to ensure that employees feel included, celebrated and heard within the organization. We are proud to have champions of diversity and inclusion represented in various regions including EMEA, Japan and the Asia Pacific regions who actively promote diversity and inclusion awareness and leadership in the work they do day-to-day.
With only single digit daily new COVID-19 cases, the Hong Kong human resources team decided to plan special activities tied to the company’s Responsibility & Inclusion Week. The team aimed at creating memorable employee experiences, at the same time driving the company’s values around inclusion, ethics and corporate social responsibility (CSR).