LatinX Hispanic Heritage month continues, and today we’re sharing the story of Esteban Corrales, a Technical Sales Manager and member of the Autodesk LatinX Network. Watch this <60 second video to hear from Esteban about why this month is so important.
Join us from Sept. 15th to Oct. 15th as we celebrate the contributions, heritage, and culture of the Hispanic & LatinX community. Follow along each week to meet an Autodesker within our Autodesk LatinX Network Employee Resource Group so you can hear their unique story!
We are Autodeskers - and you can be, too. Shape the world, shape your future at Autodesk.
Want to connect directly with an Autodesk recruiter to ask questions? This is your chance! Join us next week on Wednesday, September 8th on our Instagram page, www.Instagram.com/autodesklife as we go live with one of our recruiters in each of our recruiting teams. Whether you’re interested in roles in sales, technology, or non-tech corporate functions like marketing and finance, you’ll get the inside scoop from a recruiter representing each group!
Jac Le is a Senior Territory Sales Representative based out of Denver, Colorado. We asked her to share any advice she has for others in the industry looking to take their career path to the next level, and here’s what she said:
Autodesk?s Susanna Holt joined ModelExpand in July for the #WomenInTech Leadership Breakfast panel discussion:
Alert: One or more individuals have been impersonating Autodesk recruiters Autodesk has been notified that an individual or individuals impersonating an Autodesk recruiter may be conducting online virtual "interviews" leading to an offer letter coming from a fake company (Autodesk Australia PYT Ltd as an example). Following is a request to deposit checks to buy office equipment then requesting candidates to send money to an account. Please note that Autodesk would never engage a candidate in this manner. If you are contacted by anyone requesting payment from you as a part of the hiring process, do not respond.
Finding ?the next normal? will be a slow process, but Autodesk CIO Prakash Kota has ideas on how to get there:
Getting rid of all the desks isn't necessary for a safe return to work. The key is using technology to reimagine the office space.