Kordsa among the Best Employers in Brazil, Two Years in a Row!
The Kordsa plant in Brazil has once again been listed among Brazil’s best employers for the second consecutive year. According to a survey conducted by the Great Place to Work Institute (GPTW) that included 33 companies, Sabancı Holding affiliate Kordsa, renowned globally as "The Reinforcer", ranked 3rd in the list of the best employers in Bahia, Brazil with an 86 percent Trust Index.
Kordsa CEO Ali Çalışkan, commenting on two straight years of success, stated: "In last year’s survey by the Great Place to Work Institute, Kordsa was listed in 7th place among the best employers. Our ranking 3rd place this year is the result of our high standard of human resources management that we implement in our operations in all different regions. I am delightful that we have been recognized among the companies with a strong human resources culture by strengthening our position versus last year as a brand that is spreading from Turkey to the world. My sincere congratulations to all my colleagues for their contributions to our success. This result proved once again the strong relationship between our operational and financial success and our employees’ happiness. We will continue to invest in our human resources, which is one of the pillars of our corporate culture."
About Great Place to Work
Great Place to Work® is the global authority on building, sustaining, and recognizing high-trust, high-performing employee-centered workplace cultures. With more than 25 years of experience, GPTW’s survey examines the relationship between employees and employers or managers, the commitment of employees to their work, and the relationships between employees and their teammates. One of the most important tools in these analyses is the Trust Index © Employee Survey which further explains the corporate culture through credibility, respect, fairness, pride and camaraderie. The other is the Culture Audit©, which measures HR and management practices.
How is the evaluation made?
Survey results from the Great Place to Work Institute derived 2/3 of their scores from company employees, and the remaining 1/3 was based on comparative analyses of the human resources programs and practices established by each company.