Leadership and our culture
Being a responsible company impacts employee engagement, which in turn impacts the bottom line. It is a real business case. Employees are often considered an organizations most important stakeholder group as they are the key resource. They create momentum, driving organizations forward and represent the company in its actions. What motivates talented people to join and stay with an organization is increasingly the total package: unique growth opportunities, the level of synergy between the employee and the organizational values, the existence of fairness and trust within the organization but also in relation to other stakeholders and society at large. Socially responsible organisations show high retention rates because of high employee morale coming from unique and equal opportunities, fairness and transparency. They show good levels of productivity because of a lack of distraction from unnecessary politics, having learning opportunities and respecting their leaders.
In 2011, Corio started with the implementation of an HR performance management scheme, ensuring regular review and appraisal of employees within the group. This implementation has been brought further in 2012, aligning the approach to employee target setting. 2013 will see the full implementation of the HR performance management scheme. Corio Nederland among other business units, integrated a CSR target in the business score cards of each and every employee, linking performance on CSR to individual remuneration.
Germany, France and Turkey show high numbers of turnover, mainly caused by changes in the organisation which requires a different set of skills and attitude.
Slightly more Corio employees were trained in 2012 when compared to 2011.
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