There is no wasted day since I started at Beamex. Every day I learn new things and every day is interesting.
I worked for Beamex representative office in France before I joined Beamex SAS in 2014, since I wanted to change to a new position that better responds my educational background. Because I worked for representative office, Beamex as a company was familiar to me. I knew Beamex has a good reputation, it has high quality products and provides the best solution for its customers in this field. I have a degree of Engineer in Measurement Systems and Applied Business and I provide technical support for engineers and sales teams at Beamex.
There is no wasted day since I started at Beamex. Every day I learn new things and every day is interesting. International atmosphere was something missed before I joined Beamex. I also like that I can help customers in North Africa region, because I speak French and I can use the same language with customers. At the beginning, I created processes and built structures. Therefore, I can say I have grown up with Beamex in France from the beginning. I’m now working in the expert service team where we help our global customer to implement our solution.
Atmosphere is good and during the meetings people are friendly. As a French guy I like the Finnish way of working since it is straightforward and open minded. There are no barriers between employees and managers, implying you can go and ask anything from your supervisor. When working in a small company you can make a difference, your voice is better heard. Beamex is a family-owned company, and it was very important factor for me when I applied for the company. In a small company you feel belonging to family more than in a big company.
A thing that positively shocked me when I was on the onboarding week in Finland was that each employee regardless of their position or level in the company were gathered in Beamex canteen for a coffee break. Everyone talked to each other, and I could only feel the open atmosphere between employees.