Orange Romania, top employer for fourth consecutive year

Orange Romania has received a Top Employers Europe 2016 certificate for exceptional working environment and professional development opportunities offered to employees. Orange is the only Romanian telecommunications company that obtains this certificate from the independent Top Employers institute. Orange has obtained this certificate for the fourth consecutive year.

The international survey conducted annually by the Top Employers Institute gives recognition to the top employers who offer excellent conditions for their employees, develop talent at all levels and take measures to optimize hiring practices. The survey is based on 9 criteria, such as talent management strategy, organizational culture, performance management, compensation and benefits policy, each of them being structured in order to cover questions concerning specific policies or practices: strategy, priorities, top management role, performance indicators and technology assistance.

Apart from the professional development benefits available within Orange Romania, employees have access to personal development programmes. Such a programme is the wellbeing programme created four years ago and expanded based on employees’ suggestions. The feedback is positive, over 60 per cent of employees using the programme that includes outdoor and indoor workshops, activities and instruments on the three main directions: physical health, emotional health and professional transformation.

“It’s important for us to create a working environment in which employees feel motivated and in which they are able to develop continuously from both a professional and personal standpoint.
The top employer certificate gladdens us and validates the efforts we constantly make in this sense, from benefits and working conditions to performance management and corporate culture programmes,” Orange Romania Human Resources Director Ioana Marcu stated.

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