Thanks to constant dedication to the well-being of its employees and numerous initiatives aimed at improving their satisfaction, Addiko Bank Serbia received the prestigious Employer Partner certificate for the third time in a row.
This recognition promotes and values excellence in human resource management and guarantees quality in the overall management of human resources by observing HR standards that are defined according to the best global HR practices.
By carefully evaluating the processes and approaches in working with employees, during this certification, the Employer Partner team analyzed seven HR areas to look at the complete employee lifecycle – starting with attraction and hiring, then onboarding and development of employees, through engagement and inspiration, transformation and growth, all the way to different approaches in retaining and empowering employees, as well as departure (offboarding), but also returning to the company.
Being the holder of the Employer Partner certificate is a great honour, but what makes me especially happy is that now, for the third year in a row, we have the opportunity to do an external assessment of our HR processes and to draw lessons from the assessment that will drive us in the coming year. The certificate is the motivation for further improvement so that we can continue to be an excellent place to work. – said Marija Mijatović, director of the Human Resources and Organization Department at Addiko Bank Serbia.
According to the Employer Partner Project Manager, Lara Šubić Šuša – by obtaining this certificate, Addiko Bank Serbia once again confirmed its “excellence and good connection of all HR practices, as well as great dedication to investing in its employees”.
The excellent initiatives that Addiko Bank Serbia has when it comes to retaining its employees, their high satisfaction with the cooperation with the HR department, numerous material and immaterial benefits and strategically oriented HR are just some of the qualities that set Addiko Bank Serbia apart from other employers. I would like to point out the initiative for mothers who are returning to work after maternity leave, and who have the full support of all their colleagues, followed by an onboarding. I believe that this initiative will ensure a pleasant and motivating transitional period for all mothers and that it will be a good incentive for other organizations to provide similar support to their employees. – explained Lara Šubić Šuša, Employer Partner Project Manager.