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The methodology has been based on seven key elements for every career progression: ability to advance, skills development, company stability, external opportunities, affinity with the company, gender diversity and academic background.
NTT is the parent company of Everis, which was acquired by NTT Data in 2013. It has a workforce of more than 15,000 employees. The most in-demand profiles are engineers, IT technicians and cybersecurity. The company places great importance on candidates’ social skills and emotional intelligence.
PwC, one of the ‘big four’, is mainly looking for consultants, financial profiles and lawyers. This consulting firm invested 2,675 million euros in technological improvements, which later helped it to implement teleworking.
With almost 14,000 employees, Banc Sabadell requires financial analysts, data and cybersecurity analysts, professionals who master data analysis, facilitate omnichannel access to data and improve the customer experience.
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The secret of everis’ success lies in creating a great working environment, since in the selection of personnel it not only looks for the best technical profiles, but also gives great importance to the social skills and emotional intelligence of the candidates.
Its work philosophy is based on the ‘Peak Perfomance’ technique, with which it manages to create self-sufficient, empowered and perfectly self-organized groups. To achieve this, Adevintia looks for professionals with an agile mind, responsible and, above all, who are good people… In addition, its employees enjoy many advantages such as flexible working hours, medical insurance, parking and gym subsidies, free breakfast and drinks…; all based on the philosophy ‘We love Mondays’, that is, that all of them are so comfortable and have so much motivation to go to work that they are looking forward to Monday.
In terms of social benefits, employees have private medical insurance, a pension plan, life insurance and certain discounts on purchases. In addition, through the Career Choice program, the company finances up to 95% of the tuition and fees for courses that its employees wish to attend, thus helping them to achieve their professional goals.
“Leading teams 100% remotely has been an effort for everyone, but the value of what we have achieved as a team has been very satisfying,” says José Luis Rodríguez, HR director. “To maintain the union and commitment to all our employees and to provide continuity to the business of many companies, we implemented our own solution: WAHA (Work At Home Agent), which we call Atento@Home. Within 45 days from the beginning of the state of alarm, we migrated more than 72,000 agents worldwide to the teleworking model, which gives us the magnitude of the great challenge we had to meet in record time. This has allowed us to keep the different teams connected and united and to offer our employees the ability to work remotely and securely from home.”
“The Talent and Culture team has been focused on maintaining our priority: the health of employees and customers,” says Carlos Casas, HR Director. “To do this, we implemented innovative solutions that have allowed us to monitor the evolution of the pandemic and have data to anticipate and make better decisions. The physical distance was a challenge in terms of fostering corporate culture,” so they launched initiatives in digital format. “Our Values Day, to which more than 100,000 employees connected, increased global participation compared to 2019 by more than 20%.” In this sense, “not only our area, but the entire BBVA team, we have made an extraordinary effort to maintain the commitment, team spirit and connection among our employees.”
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