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Ana Preda

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Ana Preda

Romania

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General info

1 - How did you come to the leather industry?


By marriage; my husband worked in the tannery and this determined that I should come and work there too.


2 – What job are you performing in the leather industry?


All operations in the wet and dry finishing leather departments.


3 - What qualification or training did you do to be there?


All training and refresher courses periodically held in the factory.


4 - What do you (most) appreciate in your job?


The fact that my job offers me a lot of satisfaction and a salary that allows me to live and provide for the welfare of my family.

  • What (s)he says about the job:
  • My job offers me a lot of satisfaction and a salary that allows me to live and provide for the welfare of my family
  • Works at:
  • Pielorex
  • Job:
  • Finishing operator

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