Opportunities for learning.
In the fast-evolving wireless industry, there is always something new to learn. Qualcomm employees worldwide rely on our Learning Center for help in developing their skills and knowledge. Each year, in person and online, thousands take advantage of engineering trainings, leadership development courses, peer-to-peer education, a technical and professional library and more. Employees get the knowledge and support they need to excel in their jobs and advance their careers; our Company gets stronger in the process.
Balancing work with the rest of life.
It’s a simple philosophy: When employees are happy, they’re more productive. A big part of what makes them happy is the ability to balance the demands of a career, family and the need for leisure time. Enter the four ingredients of QLiving:
Promoting employee health.
Our Global Employee Health Services (GEHS) team promotes health and wellness among our workforce through a variety of programs, including semi-annual health awareness campaigns such as World Health Day, preventive health screenings and health-awareness challenges incorporating innovative technologies. Encouraging employees to make small, positive changes that add up to measureable and sustainable health gains over time, GEHS’s programs and services focus on the five core elements of health: eating well, being active, sleeping well, taking time to reflect and practicing prevention.
Protecting our most valuable assets.
In the lab, in the office and in the field, keeping our employees safe and healthy is one of our highest priorities. Through safety trainings and audits, preventive ergonomic assessments, immediate and thorough accident reporting and a team dedicated to keeping employees safe during emergencies, we’ve achieved injury and illness rates that have historically been lower than our industry’s average. We prepare our employees and their families globally for emergencies by conducting a variety of trainings on topics such as evacuation plans, disaster survival kits and workplace violence.