Lee Jae-yong, vice chairman of Samsung Electronics, who was recently pardoned and is back in business, met with Millennial and Gen Z employees. Ten days after his special pardon on Liberation Day, Li visited the semiconductor R&D complex, the cafeteria and a daycare center of the company. Li is expected to undertake site visits and business trips abroad, which were difficult for him before.Millennial and Gen Z employees from Samsung Electronics’ Visual Display Division in Suwon report directly to Vice Chairman Lee on Friday on Samsung’s next strategic products and services. It was the first time Lee received reports from youth employees who are not officers. When an employee asked Li to take a video message for his co-workers, he took a video message without hesitation with the employee’s smartphone.
Lee Jae-yong also held a meeting with millennial and Gen Z employees from the Device Experience Division. They shared their interests, concerns and ideas to promote brand image and innovative corporate culture. When they were talking about summer vacation, Lee told the staff that this year, he took five days off with his mother for the first time.
Vice Chairman Lee officiated a groundbreaking ceremony Friday afternoon for a semiconductor R&D complex at the company’s Gihang campus, located in Yongin, Gyeonggi Province, as his first steps as the company’s leader after returning to business. were part of. Lee visited Samsung Engineering’s Global Engineering Center to meet with employees and discuss strategies for winning a manufacturing contract overseas with executives. “Lee is visiting not only semiconductor sites but also sites in the non-chip sectors to show interest in taking care of all the sectors.”
Li is also expected to travel abroad. His participation in the groundbreaking ceremony of Samsung Electronics’ second foundry plant in Texas, US and visiting Samsung sites abroad to support the ‘2030 Busan World Expo’ or as an economic delegation to President Yoon Suk-yeol There is a high possibility of traveling to UN General Assembly next month
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