What does
free time
mean to you?

In conversation with PUMA's employees

December 8, 2014

In conversation with PUMA's employees

December 8, 2014

Maria Lukyanova

eCommerce Manager, Russia

Free time is when I’m trying not to think about my work and that I use to ‘reload’ my brain. The better this rest is, the better I perform during the work week.

Raúl Fagalde

Marketing Manager, Argentina

Sharing weekends or free time with my four kids is something that I would never change. Watching them grow and being part of their growth is my priority in life.

Maryanne Vuckovich

HR Business Partner at COBRA PUMA GOLF, USA

Free time to me is GOLDEN, because it allows me to decompress and spend time on things that matter most to me – whether it’s watching my son play baseball or catch up with my extended family in Serbia via Skype. Chores and washing dishes can always wait!

Erin Hennessey

Retail Administrator at PUMA North America

Free time to me is when there are no scheduled activities, work, school or errands. I spend it with special people in my life, like my two sons. We love outdoor activities, play sports together, or simply watch a ball game or movie.

Minnie Wong

Supply Planning Footwear, Operations Supervisor, China

Music is my free time. During the weekend, I like to attend band shows with my friends. Some colleagues have a band called ‘The Rock Cats’ and I hope that one day I can see their performance!

Mirko Quaranta

Customer Service Coordinator Performance & Lifestyle, Italy

I like very much to play with my sons, going out to dinner with my wife (grandparents permitting ;-)), or going out for a drink with one of my friends.

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