Can you describe your company in three words? Passionate. Traditional. Innovative.
Our product and our culture were stagnating. We were in need of diversification and innovation.
I want my employees to know that they are appreciated, that they have opportunities for professional development, and that they will receive recognition for their achievements. I spend a great deal of time with my employees, and my door is always open. Motivated workers help the company move forward.
I wanted to gain experience and know for sure that it was what I wanted. In a familyowned company with such a rich tradition, you have to give 100%, and you have to be certain that you really want it.
The raw material is always the same: steel. But the people and products are very diverse.
Dealing with price pressures, since our products are not patented.
It’s part of our history. But it’s not as important as it used to be, since our market is outside of our region.
The insulated steel fishplates that secure and insulate the tracks. The finished product is simple, but the manufacturing process is complex. We are one of the few suppliers in the world, and without doubt the best when it comes to quality.
Passion. Passion. Passion.
Managing to lead the company through a difficult period that included a global pandemic, a war, and high inflation.
I once held a job for three years just for the salary. Those were the longest three years of my life.
On the one hand, my former boss. Even in stressful periods, he always put people first and was able to maintain a good work-life balance. I envy that. On the other hand, my parents, because of the values they instilled in me.
In a volatile environment like ours, having enough work for all of our employees.
Tenconi wins an innovation prize in 2023, and is again named the region’s best employer.
You need to have a clear sense of the kind of legacy you want to leave behind. That makes things easier for you and your team.