The team jerseys and snacks came out in full force on Friday when Olympus employees across the Americas got an early start to the big game festivities.
“Olympus truly has a focus on making both customer and employee lives better.” ~ Karlynn M., Project Management Summer Intern.
Learn how Olympus is focused on providing the right tools, resources and work environment for employees to thrive.
Olympus Medical employees participated in Kutztown University of Pennsylvania's Girls in STEM Symposium. The team talked with students about careers in STEM and demonstrated Olympus products and software.
“I wanted to pursue an opportunity related to health care and helping people, but that also allowed me to utilize my business background. Olympus offered the perfect combination of using my business and analytical skills to help make people’s lives better. My role in within the Life Sciences Marketing Department involved an ongoing data analytics project. I was given the opportunity to present my findings to key members of the marketing and sales teams so they could implement a new or modified sales and marketing strategy.” ~ Kristina C., Life Sciences Marketing Intern.
Kristina is a senior at Bentley University majoring in business management. At school, she is on the varsity volleyball team and is a part of Students for Sustainable Business.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, the Olympus Women's Colleague Affinity Network held a bra drive for Breast Friends of Pennsylvania. Between Olympus locations in Center Valley, Pa. and Waltham, Ma., the group collected over 250 bras that will be professionally cleaned, attached to cards offering bilingual information on breast health and cancer screenings, and distributed to low income women at soup kitchens and resource centers.
Who says millennials are lazy? Olympus employee Ryan Ponten is disproving that myth as one of 425Business' top 30 under 30.
“Olympus truly cares how your time is spent throughout the duration of the internship. Aside from the daily work the managers give their interns, Olympus also makes sure to provide time for the interns to come together as a group and get to know one another. Every week we had a core curriculum where we learned something new about the company and its employees, as well as meeting for an intern project that will impact the company because of changes we suggested and implemented. It’s rewarding to know that the work we accomplish is work that will impact the company long term.” ~ Katherine Lippincott, Consumer Products E-commerce and Digital Marketing Summer Intern.
Katherine is a senior at Pennsylvania State University majoring in public relations with a minor in Sociology. At school she is the primary chair for the Snowboard Club, Primary THON chair for Penn State Snowboard Club, member of Penn State ADPR Club, member of CDN at PSU, and textbook associate at The Student Book Store in State College. #OlympusURecruit
️ Olympus Houston employees put on their pink and hit the road for the Susan G. Komen Houston #Race4TheCure in support of Breast Cancer Awareness! #Truetolife
Olympus was recently named to the 2018 list of 100 Best Adoption-Friendly Workplaces by the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption. This list recognizes organizations that strive to make adoption a supported option for every working parent.
“At Olympus, we are true to all of our employees by providing support during their major life milestones, including the adoption of a child,” said Nacho Abia, President and CEO, Olympus Corporation of the Americas. “The ability to provide assistance to an employee as they embark on such a tremendous journey is a benefit we are proud to offer.”
In support of Breast Cancer Awareness month, female employees from Center Valley, Pa. spent their Saturday morning participating in the Women's 5K Classic. #Truetolife ️