Samsung Electronics is one of those South Korean companies who is been reforming honorifics or workplace titles. In the year 2016, Samsung has revamped its internal policy to add the Korean suffix “nim” to every employee’s name abolishing the titles such as “daeri” which means the assistant manager, and “bujang” which means team leader.
The ‘Korea Herald‘ report revealed that Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Han Jong-hee are seen speaking at the shareholder’s meeting held in Suwon, Gyeonggi Province. While addressing the staff in the Digital eXperience division he said, “I will be asking you to call me ‘JH’ instead of ‘buhoejang-nim’ or ‘daepyo-nim’.”
Further, he told them to call him by the initials of his given name, rather than the honorific expressions for his job title, and to make it a common practice who follow a seniority-based work culture.
Adding more to it he said, ” Mutual respect to value everyone lays a foundation for the horizontal structure, which will lay the basis for our work culture.” This is a sign that Samsung is aggressively working on policies and productive work culture which encourages the talent to work at full throttle.
Why is Samsung taking such steps?
Under the Title “New Samsung” the Company may be trying to create a future-oriented work environment, in which Samsung will disallow employees from tracking how far their colleagues have been promoted.
It could also abolish the requirement of titles for the promotion of employees up to certain levels. Therefore the promotions could be based only on your caliber and skill, rather on referring for minimum terms of service.
Samsung Galaxy S24 Plus – Leaked 5K Renders and Design Revolution!
Samsung is yet to unveil its new Fan Edition products, while we got a sneak peek at its next-gen Galaxy S smartphones. Today, the high-resolution renders of the Galaxy S24 and S24 Ultra have been revealed, and it’s now the turn of the Galaxy S24 Plus.
Onleaks in collaboration with Giznext published the 5K renders of Samsung’s forthcoming Galaxy S24 Plus. The device brings the same aesthetics as the standard model of the lineup, while consumers will have some Ultra-grade specs such as battery and display.
The new flat frame is a significant design overhaul that Samsung enthusiasts will see with the Galaxy S24 and S24 Plus. On the front, there is a tiny punch-hole design consisting of the selfie snapper sensor, while the rear three cameras are placed vertically on the top left panel.
Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra Design Secrets Revealed – Narrowest Bezel!
A few hours back, we’ve seen the design of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S24 flagship. The same source now revealed a set of 5K renders that reveal the design and appearance of the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra, scheduled to debut early next year.
Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra design renders
As shows in the renders, Samsung’s Galaxy S24 Ultra maintains a familiar design ethos, bearing a resemblance to the Galaxy S23 Ultra. The device sports a 6.8-inch display, which the company made remarkable strides in reducing the bezel size.
The back of the phone consists of a quad-camera setup, which looks identical to the Galaxy S23 Ultra and of course the Galaxy S23 Ultra. It’s worth mentioning that the iconic S-Pen retains its dedicated holster, catering to users who value stylus functionality.
The report says that the South Korean tech giant is following the trend of offering a UWB Antenna, which can be seen on the right side of the S24 Ultra. The phone’s dimensions are approx 162.3 x 79 x 8.7mm, making it slightly shorter but wider than its predecessor.
The adoption of a titanium frame is expected to result in a device that’s 1g lighter, weighing in at 233g. The battery size is likely to remain at 5000mAh, complemented by 45W fast charging support. You can check the Galaxy S24 design in our recent article.
Samsung reveals Galaxy A05 and A05s price and release date
According to the info, Samsung will avail the Galaxy A05 and Galaxy A05s on sale from October 1st in Vietnam. The phones’ will be available in three fashionable color versions: Stone Black, Matcha Green and Silver Xiu.
- Galaxy A05 4/128 — 3,090,000 VND | $125
- Galaxy A05 6/128 — 3,490,000 VND | $145
- Galaxy A05s 4/128 — 3,990,000 VND | $165
Galaxy A05 and A05s ship with One UI Core 5.1 out of the box and eligible for up to 2 generations of OS upgrades. It’s worth mentioning that the South Korean tech giant is pledging 4 years of regular security updates.