The 50 best companies to work in Spain 2012 (Best Places to Work in the Institute Great Place to Work) are committed to policies of conciliation and flexibility that in addition to promoting the attraction and retention of talent and motivation of its workers, are profitable. These companies (which have from 50 to more than 1,000 employees) created in 2011 more than new 4.937 jobs and have achieved an average economic growth of more than 3%. These are the traits that characterise them: flexibility and reconcile personal, family and working life. 70% Of workers in the Best Workplaces especially valued its business practices to promote conciliation and 83% says that you can have your work time to attend personal matters when they need it. 81% Of the Best Workplaces has flexible hours and 4 of every 10 companies offer the possibility of telecommuting. Personal well-being. 47% Of the companies offers initiatives and alternative programs to their employees such as massages or yoga classes, seven of every 10 are Special discounts on their products for employees and 90% has rest areas for its workers.
Policies of equality and equity. 9 of every 10 employees ensures receive fair treatment in his company (both in terms of salary and behavior and relations with his superiors and the company), regardless of the position they occupy, and 60% ensures your company offered promotions to those who most deserve it. In terms of equal opportunities, the Best Worplaces boast more women than men in their templates. Of the nearly 47,000 jobs offered in total these companies, more than 25,000 are occupied by women (54,17% of workers). Autonomy and trust in the heads.
The organizational structure of best companies is based on trust, autonomy and the proximity of the superiors with employees. Leaders not directly supervise the tasks of workers, but rely on their work and encourage them when necessary. 87% Of employees said their managers rely on their work, which are accessible and are intact. Layoffs, the last option. 81% Of employees in the Best Workplaces finds that their companies would only made redundancies as a last option. Pride in belonging. The majority of employees (89%) are proud of the company for that work, are satisfied with the contribution that make society (83%) and 9 of every 10 are proud of the work they do. It’s committed employees that, in 79% of the cases, they claim to do everything necessary to achieve the best results. More news like this and on labor management