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Since 2001, Wistron has treat employees the most important capital of the company. Along the way, 80,000 employees, more than 80,000 stories. Let’s read our wonderful stories and enjoy it.

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RD - Steven

Thinking back, when I first came to Beijing as an expatriate, apart from being apprehensive, I was also excited. This is the homeland capital that I had read so much about in textbooks. It is the heri...

RD Steven

As the summer ended, on a slightly chilly night, I sat on the 17th floor balcony of Wistron Kunshan Guest House and watched the busy traffic of Bailu Viaduct in the drizzling rain. The fleeting headlights unlocked a sealed memory. I seemed to have gone back to a time more than a decade ago, when I was only 30 years old. I was a man with dreams and life goals, stepping onto a foreign land, vowing success, and making my family happy.


Thinking back, when I first came to Beijing as an expatriate, apart from being apprehensive, I was also excited. This is the homeland capital that I had read so much about in textbooks. It is the heritage of 5000 years of history. The brave and the gallant have risen to the top in this place. I might be just starting out, but I had every intention to follow in the footsteps of those before me and make something of myself. I knew I was the writer of my own history in the imperial city. Before I knew it, almost 20 years had passed. I have been to every part of the homeland. The magnificent views of the country make every painting pale in comparison. The liveliness of humanity is ever captivating. However, I always seem to have a hole in my heart. I know it comes from missing my family and the contrition of not caring for my wife and daughter.
For an expatriate who goes abroad without family for years, I always miss my family back home. During the daytime, I try to put my best foot forward at work. When night falls, I can’t help but miss my family. But being in a foreign city and the head of my family, I can’t bring myself to moan and must constantly maintain decorum. Therefore, I can only cope with the loneliness in private, and can rarely take any concrete action to deal with it.

Looking at the passing headlights, I had a sudden urge, and so I picked up the phone. It was the seventh day of July on the lunar calendar – Chinese Valentine's Day. I called my loved ones in Taiwan and chatted with them. My daughter laughed, and said it was a surprise that her boring old dad called to chat with them on Chinese Valentine's Day. She said it was kind of romantic. At that moment, I felt that the hole in my heart seemed to be healing. It turned out that even if we were thousands of miles away from each other, a nice greeting could shorten the distance between us. I think that is the most romantic Chinese Valentine's Day that I will have ever had.

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HR - Pam

Whether you are a newcomer or an intern, you will be able to express your own opinions, and have your comments heard, and even put into action.

HR Pam

There are two reasons why I chose Wistron to be my first company to work for after graduation:
First, I was keen on working for a large-scale company with a comprehensive benefits program; and Wistron is extremely influential within Taiwan’s tech industry. So amongst the many companies I considered, Wistron was no doubt my best choice.
Secondly, the HR personnel who contacted me at that time, who is now also my colleague, made me feel that she was carefully evaluating each and every candidate. Even though I didn’t have any full-time job experience at that time, she still respected each of my internship and competition experiences. Put together, this all made me choose Wistron.


My primary job is to promote the company’s brand image; thus, I need to be in constant contact with different marketing companies. At the same time, I also need to be knowledgeable concerning the roles and recruiting needs of Wistron’s different divisions, and collect data from colleagues in various departments to serve as the basis for promoting Wistron’s advantages. These processes have given me the opportunity to collaborate with my colleagues from different departments to achieve our goals, allowed my cross-department communication capabilities to greatly improve, and helped my colleagues understand the devoted management of the client branding team.


What I’d like to share is that every newcomer at Wistron will be accompanied by a mentor, who will offer assistance and guidance when you encounter any difficulties at work. More importantly, whether you are a newcomer or an intern, you will be able to express your own opinions, and have your comments heard, and even put into action. This atmosphere is what I like about Wistron. If, like me, you have many ideas about your work that you haven’t been able to accomplish, then join Wistron, and your talent will have the chance to be seen and shine!

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HR - Michelle

Some people might think capability is the most important in a working environment, and some might feel that tactics are the most crucial. But from my point of view, neither of these is the most criti...

HR Michelle

This is my 10th year in the workforce.  During my 10 years of career, I’ve changed among different industries, but I’ve always stayed in HR.  And being in HR, I’ve met many job seekers from diverse backgrounds and visited numerous supervisors; even though I am not considered experienced, I’d still like to contribute some thoughts from my personal professional career with you all. Some people might think capability is the most important in a working environment, and some might feel that tactics are the most crucial.  But from my point of view, neither of these is the most critical element - credit is. Credit is intangible - it can’t be seen nor touched, and we’d never know how much credit we’ve accumulated in other people’s minds.  What we can do is merely give great performance in each mission and strive to accumulate our credit.

When I first started working, I’d often wonder why I’d receive more questioning comments than my supervisor when we presented the same project.  And in fact, the reason is simply that my supervisor had already gained countless years of experiences and performance results.  In other words, my supervisor’s credit was more than what I had as an entry-level staff. One can interpret it as credit accumulation is simply building one’s own brand.  We should keep polishing our brands, presenting great quality work, and allowing everyone to believe in our output; then, our brand would gradually become more valuable. Honesty and integrity are one of Wistron’s four core values, complementing the “credit” above-mentioned.  Only by ensuring each of our output does not deviate from the framework of honesty and integrity, would we be able to build credit. Humans are social animals; all of our collaborations and establishment of relationships are basically the building of credit.  Therefore, credit is the most critical foundation in the workforce that would support us behind our brand.  I wish everyone would all be able to gradually establish their brands that they are proud of.

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RD - Steven

The Company is putting in a concerted effort to overseas expansion to elevate its influence and become the leading business in the industry for the next few years. This will strengthen the Company’s o...

RD Steven

The Company is putting in a concerted effort to overseas expansion to elevate its influence and become the leading business in the industry for the next few years. This will strengthen the Company’s overall position.


When this task was assigned to me, I was apprehensive, but keen to take it on. After all, this was a brand-new environment that posed numerous challenges. Though I was ambivalent, I thought I might as well try to look forward to it. The only shortcoming was that I had to temporarily leave behind my beloved wife and daughter, which was very difficult for me.


The moment I set foot outside the airport in Beijing for the first time, the metropolis welcomed me with a gust of bone-chilling wind. I was told that there had been heavy snow a few days ago. The tree branches were glazed with ice, and the view was a spectacle of picturesque silver. But stepping on the snow this time was not the enjoyment of a holiday itinerary – I had to live in this place now. In my heart, I was exuberant. But treading on the icy road surface risked an immediate fall. I learned right away that this was the first thing a resident in Beijing should get used to, but I was not. It seemed I had to make an effort to get accustomed to the local life and try to fit in.


The wolfish fighting spirit was at one point a disincentive to me. If you never come across and face the competition, you will never realize the panache and determination of such a culture. To live on green pastures, people will give anything, do everything, mobilize every resource, and do their utmost to meet this goal. It is as much an obsession as it is a spirit. During my long expatriate days, I came to adopt the wolfish fighting spirit. Combined with my original professionalism, I managed to create my own style.


As an expatriate, I suffered through many long nights. The loneliness of being away from my family and the hardships of living in a foreign city have since made an imprint on my mind. This was an opportunity of a lifetime, as well as a challenge. I could not quite put it into words, but the experience was unique, and I was the only person who knew how it felt to live through it.

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PCC - Jenny

I had always been a mommy’s girl when I was living in Taiwan, but I really longed to put everything here aside and leave for a working holiday in Australia. When the company dispatched me to a long-t...

PCC Jenny

I had always been a mommy’s girl when I was living in Taiwan, but I really longed to put everything here aside and leave for a working holiday in Australia.
When the company dispatched me to a long-term overseas post, I was both excited and nervous as I faced an unforeseen future.


After taking the assignment, I began my preparation in Taiwan with my Thai lessons and learning about local cultures. I also got myself ready to miss hometown food and my overseas assignment; and of course, I also began putting together a list of tourist attractions~~~
The most interesting thing was that the factory was located in Thailand’s countryside; from the factory, there was an amazing view of enormous fields. There were even pangolins on the roads; residents nearby were also raising elephant calves, and you could give 20 baht to the owner to feed them bananas yourself - they were just so adorable! And of course, you have to have a drink at Bangkok’s sky bar; light pollution in Thailand is not as bad as in Taipei. It was really hot but was also very quiet.

What I was least accustomed to was sharing rooms with roommates, which happened when there were not enough rooms available at hotels on our business trips. Everyone’s schedules and habits were different. One of my roommates was really a nightmare, who would have three different alarm clocks go off at 5am, but she wouldn’t wake up to turn them off - I think she couldn’t hear them at all! The alarms would continue until 7am. What got me the most was that she would eat spicy dried squid in the bathroom! And when it was my turn to go to the bathroom, I saw armies of ants eating the leftover spicy dried squid, and I had to clean it up! I was really angry and went to change my room right away!

However, I was also lucky to have these experiences so that I could completely give up on a working holiday in Australia. I realized that I am not good with group living - I need to have private space and time. However, no matter if they are good or bad memories, they are all great experiences to me.
When I was working abroad, I’d miss my family and the food back home, and I also worried about the health issue regarding them.


Thai food is really delicious, but when I received a zongzi (Chinese traditional food) that was specially prepared for the Taiwanese staff during that year’s Dragon Boat Festival, it really eased my longing for my homeland~
While living abroad, I had to deal with many things by myself, and I had to quickly learn how to be independent.
While living abroad, I came into contact with different ethnic groups around the world and faced all kinds of cultural shock, but I also found many wonderful new friends when I was learning English. My attitude towards the world underwent tremendous changes.
It’s great to be able to work overseas when you are young; the world out there is enormous. Be more courageous, be stronger, and learn to live alone; even though it may be painful, there will also be amazing memories - every memory will become one of your adventures in life!

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RD - James

Work is part of life. Life is a product of hard work. So you work and you live. Both are inseparable, like a man and a woman in love.

RD James

The moment you open your eyes in the morning, your first thought is that the clock is ticking on the time you have before you have to leave home. When you step into the office, you face an assault of different meetings, as well as the influx of data, e-mails and information on your computer screen. When you are conversing with colleagues during lunch, your mind still processes the tasks ahead non-stop. When the bell marking the second half of the day clangs, you repeat what you did in the first half of the day, until the punch clock announces with a “beep” that working hours have ended. All your thoughts start to cool down amid nightfall. This is everybody’s life.


But the soul screams for more. When you wake up in the morning, you not only wake up to the ticking clock, but also the brightening blue sky. In the office, your scurrying is not merely braving an assault, but also is accompanied by the comradeship of your colleagues who brave the hardships with you.
During the interval, the bitterness of the knowledge of the tasks ahead harmonizes with the sweetness of a joyful lunch. The repetition before the day ends is like the sautéing of ingredients in your mind, before they are presented as one charming dish. With much gratification, you enter dreamland, awaiting dawn and the next day’s fight.

In terms of the employee benefits at Wistron, I must mention the revitalization leave and compensatory leave without make-up days.
Both types of leave are a little piece of bliss – they will enhance your quality of life directly and make you feel like you have won the race at the starting point.
While others are bustling around at work, we are able to take the opportunity to catch a breath.
We get to look at the white clouds floating by and the hurrying crowds.
This is probably the subtle difference between an exam score of 90 and 92!

Work is part of life. Life is a product of hard work.
So you work and you live. Both are inseparable, like a man and a woman in love.
You do not have to give up or sacrifice anything.
Just follow your heart, and avoid resentment with all your heart.
Like a waltzing couple who must help one another, embrace work and dance with the music of life.
So in the vortex of euphoria, gear up and brave the future.

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PM - Enya

When my supervisor first invited me to go on an overseas business trip, my mind was very complicated. At first, I was surprised and flattered that my capabilities had been recognized, but soon after, ...

PM Enya

When my supervisor first invited me to go on an overseas business trip, my mind was very complicated. At first, I was surprised and flattered that my capabilities had been recognized, but soon after, endless anxiety ensued.
I had wanted to go overseas and experience different work cultures and norms, because it would be healthy for me to leave my comfort zone and challenge myself. But at the same time, I had four young children at home, who needed me to run the household. I was not sure if they could cope without me.

When I first got to the overseas office, my colleagues were very friendly. My work efficiency was not compromised in any way, and after work, I was free to roam the city as I pleased.
What I always looked forward to was visiting a nearby mall on my day off and spending every last dime of my per diem!
The hardest thing to get used to was the local food. The flavors were vastly different, and at those times, I found myself missing the buffets in Taiwan.

The business trip overseas allowed me to meet different colleagues and get along with people with different personalities. Over the course of our collaboration, I had the chance to consider my shortcomings at work in terms of communication and coordination. I also thought about how I could improve the way I handled problems so that others might feel more comfortable. This would be helpful for our communication at work in the future.

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PM - Amelie

One year, I happened to follow a group of research and development supervisors and the owner on a business trip.

PM Amelie

One year, I happened to follow a group of research and development supervisors and the owner on a business trip.
On our return trip, we stopped at Chicago O’Hare International Airport, and suddenly, a huge thunderstorm came in. All flights were cancelled.
And being the most junior staff, I even got lost and couldn’t reach my supervisors! !
At that time, our luggage was all checked-in, and there were no flights that we could stand by for.
I took the small toiletries bag the airport gave us, and just stared ahead blankly in the hall.

The owner of the business group was staying in Chicago for two more days, as he had other arrangements.
So I gathered what courage I could and dialed the phone:

“Boss, I am stuck at the airport. Would it be possible for you to come pick me up and look for a hotel room downtown?”
Boss was probably taking a nap, so he hesitated for three seconds and said, “Oh, okay, sure~”
Then he told me where I should wait for him. A few minutes later, the boss was there to pick me up.
I didn’t have much business travel experience, and it was also my first time in the city. The incident showed that I had pretty poor adaptability.
After we found a hotel for me to stay over, the boss asked how I was planning to go to the airport the next morning.
“I’ll probably ask the receptionist to call a cab for me, or I’ll see if there is an airport shuttle bus,” I said.
Boss thought for a while and said, “Say, I’ll pick you up tomorrow morning, and we can have a chat on the way.”
The next morning, the sky was incredibly clear; the huge thunderstorm yesterday seemed like just a dream.
During the short half hour ride, the boss not only taught me the direction in which I should prepare for my work, he also listened to all the questions which I was afraid to raise, and graciously shared his thoughts.
At that time, I had a really close colleague who was going through a professional bottleneck period, so I also seized the opportunity and asked him, “Boss, would you have time to chat with a certain colleague?”
Boss, with one hand on the steering wheel, and the other hand drinking coffee, nodded assuredly, “Sure, have him make an appointment with my secretary.”
Boss didn’t ask for my reasons, but whenever a colleague needs his opinion, he offers his thoughts. I was deeply impressed by his attitude.
At the boarding gate, I finally met my supervisors, whom I had lost contact with yesterday, and it turned out that they had slept at the airport for the night.
They said I was the luckiest of them all.
How thankful I was for the heavy thunderstorm that day!

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HR - Una

At Wistron, all of my colleagues are very friendly, and the work pace is fairly fast. I absorb different kinds of knowledge every day, particularly when working on special projects with my mentor. Tim...

HR Una

At Wistron, all of my colleagues are very friendly, and the work pace is fairly fast. I absorb different kinds of knowledge every day, particularly when working on special projects with my mentor. Time feels as if it just flies by, and it’s also very rewarding. What’s more valuable is that I am able to learn from my mentor, thoroughly and step-by-step. I can also continuously challenge myself; whenever I ask my colleagues about any questions that I have, they all do their best to help me. Aside from work, there are also a wide array of lunch options to choose from, and a gym to strengthen our bodies, so that we are not only able to work happily but also live passionately.

After I started working at Wistron, the best benefits I’ve found are certainly the following:

  1. Gym: One could pay hefty monthly fees for an outside gym membership, but Wistron’s gym is right next to the office, so going there for a workout straight after work is super convenient.
  2. Vitality Leave: This point is particularly attractive: not only we have annual leave as regulated by the Labor Standards Law, but everyone is also allowed to use vitality leave to slow down their pace a little, put aside their work, readjust their own pace, and set off once again once they are ready.
    I’d like to give everyone a few little recommendations regarding work/life balance:
  3. Cultivate interests you love so that they can be the motivation that supports your life, and you will also be filled with passion towards life. You might just find that all the issues you encounter at work can all be solved in this way.
  4. Treat life as a learning process. Find your own faith in life and value of existence.
  5. Think about the person you don’t want to become five years from now: in my case, I don’t want to become someone who neglects family and quality of life, and only pursues money, because I am too focused on work. I can begin making changes now to become the person I want to be, with a dynamic and healthy work/life balance.
    After working in Xizhi for more than two months, I found that the night markets, ice cream shops, and street food vendors here are all very welcoming. What’s more special is that there are also all kinds of exotic gourmet eats, such as Thai food, Vietnamese food, and Indian curries. Some vendor stalls are even hidden in small alleys; there’s a new adventurer waiting around every corner. New discoveries of these delicacies have brought me another kind of enjoyment outside of work; and I haven’t found a single stall that I didn’t like.
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HR - Pam

My job consists mainly of two parts: first, operating employee branding, which can also be considered a part of brand marketing. So, I am always advertising Wistron’s client’s brands through various m...

HR Pam

My job consists mainly of two parts: first, operating employee branding, which can also be considered a part of brand marketing. So, I am always advertising Wistron’s client’s brands through various marketing channels, such as KOL marketing, social media marketing, digital advertising, etc. The other part of my job focuses on talent recruiting, where I assist supervisors in finding outstanding personnel within certain deadlines.

A career at Wistron has also helped me in my personal life; the shuttle service for employees to travel to and from work has been a true benefit for me. I don’t have to ride in crowded trains, and I also don’t have to walk a long way to the office; the benefit of taking a short break on the shuttle makes my working days perfect from start to end. Moreover, the company’s gym and yoga class have also allowed me to build an exercising habit; and my sleep quality at night has also therefore improved.


People often say that working requires sacrificing quality of life, but working at Wistron has actually enhanced my quality of life; I now live a more disciplined lifestyle, and I’ve also had more time to discover my interests. My advice would be that you should proactively choose the life you want and take control of your time, so that you can avoid being chased by your work. You should also give yourself some time to ponder your future and consider what kind of life you want.

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PCC - Jenny

After becoming a mother, I feel that work/life balance is something truly difficult to achieve, so there is only give and take. If it’s something I really want to do, then even if I have to sacrifice ...

PCC Jenny

My last job was as an engineer. After I had a baby, whenever I had to go on business trips overseas, I found that my baby would wake up in the middle of the night, crying and looking for mommy. So I made up my mind and chose to change my path to product coordination; becoming a mother really made me pluck up my courage to make the change. I’ve now worked at Wistron for two years, and I’ve completed two projects successfully and smoothly. My wish to be a great role model for my child has grown closer to fruition every day!

There is a gym and also shower rooms right at Wistron. For a mom who doesn’t have time to work out after going home, this is a great perk; and the view outside the company gym is just amazing. I really enjoy my time alone there. The company even has a drawing class, with a very small entry price. The teacher is really amazing, and drawing is really relaxing for me. If we don’t have time to attend the class, there is also an online recording for us to watch, so it’s really convenient for everyone!

After becoming a mother, I feel that work/life balance is something truly difficult to achieve, so there is only give and take. If it’s something I really want to do, then even if I have to sacrifice my sleep, I’ll still try to accomplish it. I really love my job, and I have found that I can get a great sense of achievement from my work. I try to arrange fun activities during my spare time - you only live once, so I try to do things that I won’t regret, and I’m treasuring every moment!

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RD - Kevin

Wistron loves its employees like its family, which I find heartening and consider myself fortunate. My colleagues have been caring for me, a newbie. They have imparted much professional knowledge at w...

RD Kevin

The future ahead lies the era of the Internet of Things (IoT). Wistron is the leading business in 5G. To me, it is the best corporation. Being young and ambitious, I would like to take on the challenge in the future. Thankfully, I was assigned to the department that dealt with future, cutting-edge telecommunication technology. This opportunity that was hard to come by was so gratifying that I felt passionate about my job the very moment I started out. Now, I am filled with pride about my job and keen to recommend my friends to join Wistron as well. 

Wistron loves its employees like its family, which I find heartening and consider myself fortunate. My colleagues have been caring for me, a newbie. They have imparted much professional knowledge at work and are very generous in sharing professional techniques with me. As a result, I have managed to pick up a lot of techniques within a short period of time. At the same time, as I am a slow learner, many colleagues have offered me a lot of flexibility to figure things out for myself and explore different fields. 

In the past year since I have joined Wistron, I have learned much professional knowledge that university had not exposed me to. At the same time, it has been helpful for me in resolving problems I have encountered in my topical study. Apart from gaining guidance on the topical study and professional knowledge, I was given an opportunity to join Wistron after the internship without any interval. 

Do not be afraid to do your internship at Wistron. The engineers are very friendly to new colleague. The Company treats its employees like family. Wistron is truly like a big family and I am part of it. I might have left my hometown to work in Taipei, but here, I feel cared for. Do not be afraid to make mistakes in Wistron, because everyone is accommodating with newbies. Regardless of work or life related problems, everyone is like a big brother and will look out for you. Not only my colleague, I also revere my supervisor. My supervisor is like a guardian who looks after me. Wistron loves its employees like a parent and I shall always remember the graciousness of Wistron. 

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