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  • Siemens Energy and the Triton Knoll Offshore Windfarm have donated a total of £1300 to 7 charities such as Macmillan Cancer & Support Centre and Age UK Lincoln and South Lincolnshire. Check out the link below to read more.

  • An interesting article about Prime Minister Boris Johnson visiting our new Siemens Mobility Goole rail facility.

  • Have you ever wondered what being a Siemens graduate engineer would be like? Read about Chloe's experience and her journey as a female engineer!

  • 4 days, 13 apprentices/graduates and 1 big problem! A hackathon consisting of early careers made huge progress in the production of ventilators to help fight COVID-19. Ventilator parts used to take 45 minutes to make, but now they take less than a minute! Read about the team's achievements using the link below.

  • It's International Women in Engineering Day and here in the UK, we are celebrating a huge achievement. Siemens has risen up from 20th to 5th as an 'Ideal Employer' for female engineering students! The Universum survey forms part of The UK’s Most Attractive Employers 2020!

  • An interesting article about a major milestone for Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm project!

  • DIVERSITY SPARKS IDEAS! As the world of work changes, the need to focus on diversity and inclusion increases. Valerie Todd, Siemens Human Resources Director, at the DIAL Global Summit explained how D&I is at the heart of our agenda, stressing how leaders need to be inclusive! Click the link below to learn more about why diversity sparks ideas

  • Thameslink and Great Northern operator Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) is using innovative technology from Siemens Mobility to monitor the number of passengers on its trains to assist the government guidance for social distancing. Click the article below to learn more!

  • An interesting article about how Siemens Mobility has been awarded a contract by Transport for West Midlands to provide connected mobility infrastructure and software services for the Midlands Future Mobility (MFM) project. Click on the link below to check it out

  • It is Mental Health Awareness Week! "We might be apart at the moment but you're never alone" is an important message shared by the mental health first aiders from our Congleton site with the aim of letting employees know that they are still contactable during the pandemic. Also, podcasts and webinars on the topic of mental health are live for employees and everyone is being encouraged to reflect upon acts of kindness and how we can build our work community to further support mental health going forward!

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