Kordsa, embracing a management model that encourages development and participation of employees for sustainable business success, has been among top employers for three consecutive years in Brazil.
Listed among the top "Great Places to Work" in Brazil, Kordsa has once again proved that human resource is its greatest asset, and that it values its people beyond all else
Kordsa, global player in tire and construction reinforcement and composite technologies, reinforces its success and continues to establish its "Reinforcer" reputation through the awards granted in many countries as well as in Turkey,
Kordsas facility in Brazil, has been listed among the best employers for the third time in Brazil by the Great Place to Work Institute (GPTW). Kordsa has been ranked in the 4th place in Bahia, Brazil. Kordsa Brazil was the only industrial company to be included in the list.
Kordsa CEO, Ali Çalışkan said about their success for the last three years: We have been among top-ranked companies for the last three years in this survey conducted by Great Place to Work Institute. This recognition is an output of the steps we take towards becoming a global employer brand. We see our human resources as our greatest asset. While we reinforce life in our 8 facilities throughout 4 continents, our human resources management reinforces more than 4 thousand employees. Our human resources approach has five pillars: 'Inspire, care, develop, thank and appreciate'. With this understanding, we encourage our employees to be inspired from each other and inspire each other, care about their own development, and live a balanced, happy life. In the upcoming period, we will continue to support and improve our employees' competencies in line with their needs and cultural differences.
About Great Place to Work
Great Place to Work® is a specialized institute in the field of developing excellent workplace culture and strategic organizational culture focusing on employees. With over 25 years of experience, the Institute analyses the communication between employees and employer or executive, the relationship between employees and their work, and the communication between employees and colleagues. One of the most important tools in these analyses is the Trust Index© surveys conducted with employees on the corporate culture in terms of credibility, respect, fairness, pride and team spirit. Another tool is the Culture Audit which measures HR and management practices.
About Rating System
2 of 3 ratings are given based on current employees feedback on an anonymous survey by the Great Place to Work Institute; the remainder is based on comparative analysis of the human resources programs and applications of reviewed companies.