DKV, Best Workplace for the seventh consecutive year, and special award for work/life balance

La aseguradora se sitúa en la categoría de organizaciones entre 500 y 1,000 empleados

DKV has been included among the 2015 Best Workplaces in Europe, in the category of organisations of 500 to 1,000 employees, in an annual ranking by Great Place to Work®. The company ranks fourth in the ranking of best companies to work for in the ranking of the 2015 50 Best Places to Work.

Moreover, DKV Seguros has received a special award for work/life balance, which this year was awarded for the first time.

Recogieron el premio en representación de todos los empleados de DKV Seguros Jorge Díez – Ticio Ferrer, director de Recursos Humanos, Rosa Beltrán Fatás y Julia Bastarós, técnicas del citado departamento quienes recibieron el galardón de la mano de Marco Bomprezzi, Director General de Growth Resources.Nicolás Ramilo, Director General en España, fue el encargado de inaugurar el acto.

Great Place to Work® is an international leader in research and consultancy HR management with over 20 years of experience, working to "create a better society through the transformation of work environments." It offers a range of consultancy services based on their unique Great Place to Work® Model©, which includes analysis, evaluation, training and research of the workplaces of different organisations.
In addition, the consultancy is responsible for creating the Best Workplaces list, through a methodology focused on the perspective of the employee, analysing, evaluating and certifying the best companies to work for in more than 45 countries worldwide.

This year, Great Place to Work® has analysed 305 companies of all sizes and sectors, such as the hotel, distribution, automotive, services and pharmaceuticals sectors, among others.

The list selects the companies with the best workplaces in each of the countries where the Institute has a presence. Two-thirds of the score of the evaluation/selection analysis process are based on the opinion of employees regarding the human relationships in their workplaces; in this case 250,000, employees have expressed their opinion about their jobs. In addition, an analysis of the corporate culture, based on aspects such as credibility, respect, fairness, pride and camaraderie is carried out.