The recent launch of a new digital teleworking model has led Liberty to be the leading consultancy in identifying and certifying the best workplaces around the world for its “Great Place to Work” distinction between the four European markets in which it operates simultaneously – Portugal, Spain, Ireland and Northern Ireland. The insurer informed.
The insurance company, which has about 2,000 employees in Europe, reached this milestone after working with employees to develop and implement a new work model in line with the company’s global strategy of becoming 100 companies. % Based on public cloud. Through surveys and actively listening procedures, employees made it clear that they did not want to return to a face-to-face work model.
With the standard teleworking model “Liberty Digital Way”, employees, including those in management positions, can work remotely and hold special functions in the office or hold meetings up to two days a week – this model is based on a culture of trust, freedom and flexibility that gives employees the freedom to live and work anywhere in their country. . More than 99% of workers have supported this model since its inception.
Juan Miguel Estello, CEO of Liberty in Europe, explained, “We are proud to have this recognition in the four countries we currently exist in, as we demonstrate the importance of actively listening to and continuing dialogue with employees when making strategic decisions such as implementing the Liberty Digital Way.” “This certification is the result of months of work with employees who aim to satisfy and respond to their needs for the emotional well-being and professional development of our company,” he said.
This is not the first time Liberty has been named “the best place to work”. In Portugal, for example, it was considered the ideal place to work from 2006 to 2010.
This annual award recognizes the best international employers and is one of the most prestigious in the field of people management in organizations. The certification process is based on feedback and evaluation by employees themselves on various aspects of the company, measuring confidence and ability to attract and retain talent.
For this purpose, the consulting company uses a diagnostic tool called Trust Index, which contains 60 statements and a questionnaire that determines the level of trust that employees have in the organization; To do this, each answer analyzes three types of relationships: with their managers / company, other employees, and their own work.
Liberty operates in Europe through Liberty Seguros, based in Madrid, Spain, with branches in Portugal, Ireland and Northern Ireland. In Portugal, the insurer provides insurance coverage for various homes and contents.
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