Get to Know Khun Gift Chanidaporn, the Application Support Lady from the IT and Communication Department

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We are back again on Friday. In this week’s “We are Friend” column, IMPACT INSIGHT interviewed Khun Gift Chanidaporn from the IT Department.

Please introduce yourself and your role at IMPACT

My name is Chanidaporn Yoochuchai, and I go by Gift. I started off as an administrative officer.

Currently, I have been working here for 6 years and 9 months and undertaking all support of IT application needs.

My role has been pretty wide-ranging. It included generating memo documents, updating assigned work to each department, following up the work through all processes, and categorizing documents. I also took care of payment documents for IT, contacting suppliers for billing and reimbursement, controlling office and IT equipment, providing PR documents for ordering IT equipment, procurement, service fee, and coordinating with User and other IT related work. Basically getting things done to ensure the company is successful.

What is your work motto and how to be happy at work?

Actually, I don’t really have any motto for work because when we work with many people we shouldn’t focus on only our tasks but instead look at the overall picture. Life isn’t all cherry on top! It is pretty normal to have problems in the workplace. Conflicts with coworkers are inevitable. In the long term, we also have to think about the long-term solution for it. We have to treat our job as a challenge and get acquainted with our duties. It’s ok to check with the team regularly to get their feedback on your performance.  

What an impressive story and notion of work. It is true that when we work together, we should help each other out because in the end we are the same team.

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Peamika Prungprasert
Peamika Prungprasert
24 days ago

คุณกิ๊ฟน่ารักมากๆเลยค่ะ ช่วยเหลือติดต่อประสานงานกันตลอด^^

Last edited 24 days ago by Peamika Prungprasert