Welcome from Panasonic Europe CHRO – Thomas Lammel

Welcome from Panasonic Europe CHRO – Thomas Lammel

"Welcome to Our people page! My name is Thomas Lammel and I am the Chief HR Officer for Panasonic Europe. At Panasonic you will work in an inclusive environment where you will meet people from all over the world by working in a strong culture of collaboration and team spirit. Agile working is promoted and you will be encouraged to experience a broad variety of activities, to take on new responsibilities and to tackle challenging work.
Meet some of the people who work for us; find out what motivates them; and get a feel of what it is like to work for Panasonic. Discover our current opportunities and maybe, in the future, your profile will be here too!"

Meet Our People

Look through the profiles and you may get an idea as to why Panasonic is such a great place to work.

Gerard
Head of Business Unit, PSCEU
Systems Business, Barcelona

Mareen
Teamleader Marketing Communications 
Consumer Business, Wiesbaden

Andrea
Country Manager
Air Conditioning Business, Milan

Domagoj
Trade Marketing Manager
Consumer Business, Zagreb

Saskia
Product Manager
Consumer Business, Hamburg

Naoko
Product Manager Europe
Air Conditioning Business, Wiesbaden

Patricia
Optical Team Leader
Automotive Business, Langen

Simon
Managing Director
Panasonic United Kingdom and Ireland, Bracknell

Heidi
Manager HR
Industrial Business, Munich

Christopher
Key Account Manager
Consumer Business, Hamburg

Fabienne
Field Marketing Manager
Systems Business, Rotkreuz

Barbara
Marketing Manager
Air Conditioning Business, Warsaw

People Unboxed

Looking for an internship?

Meet Matteo who tells us about his internship experience and gives some advice to anyone who is willing to take this challenge in the future.

Meet our Engineers

Meet Margherita and Leonardo. Find out why our Engineers love their jobs at Panasonic!

Facial recognition solution at the football stadium

Discover how Kenneth applied the company’s advanced facial recognition system to identify known troublemakers at the entrance gates of stadiums across Europe.