Convert Group: Great distinction for the fifth consecutive year
The company is among the 25 companies with the best working environments in Greece for 2022
An important distinction for the fifth consecutive year is achieved by Convert Group, a company in the Data industry in the field of e-Commerce. The company is named among the 25 companies with the best working environments in Greece for 2022 by the Great Place to Work International Institute, being the only Greek technology company that receives this distinction 5 times in the categories of small and medium-sized enterprises.It is recalled that Convert Group was named in 2021 as the 4th best working environment in Europe in the category of small and medium-sized companies by the same organization and among the 1,000 fastest growing companies in Europe, by the Economist and Statista.
Since its establishment in 2014, Convert Group has continuously aimed at establishing a working environment where a sense of pride, fairness, respect among team members and management credibility lay the basis for its employees to create value globally. Practices and policies that reflect Convert Group’s work culture include:
•Flexible working hours and the possibility of unlimited work from home.
•20% more regular leave than required by law, plus additional leave (birthday, rest days, etc.).
•Early Fridays in the summer season with the company closing at 2pm.
•Daily free lunch at the office
•Minimum gross wage policy of 1,000 euros (41% higher than the national threshold), even for auxiliary staff or for young employees who have not completed their studies.
•Financial support for marriage, birth, graduation or loss of a family member.
•Private insurance for all employees and 50% insurance subsidy for dependents with coverage in Greece and abroad.
•Working Environment with the possibility of receiving children and pets in the office.
•Energy allowance to all employees
•Provide free fruit, snacks and coffee on a daily basis.
•Weekly, monthly and quarterly meetings with the participation of all staff to ensure full transparency regarding the company’s strategy, challenges, finances and the process of submitting anonymous or branded questions to the CEO, to which he is asked to answer.
•Transparent procedures for evaluating employee performance, as well as 360 staff evaluation at all hierarchical levels, as well as evaluation of internal processes and initiatives.
•Philanthropic actions where employees donate part of their working time to goals and organizations that they themselves choose, with the aim of offering to the community and not their publicity.
“We aim to continue to be an excellent working environment for the people of the company, our Converters. For our part, we welcome the sincere feedback and encourage open communication. Besides, we create our working environment all together, employees, executives and management, so that together we can conquer our professional and personal goals.”, said Katerina Tseva, Director of Human Resources at Convert Group.
The Great Place to Work International Institute operates in 45 countries recognizing the best employers worldwide. The methodology is based mainly on hidden questionnaires completed by millions of employees but also on Culture Audits conducted by distinguished scientists of the Human Resources sector. Participants are encouraged to respond transparently and honestly to the questionnaires, giving value to the results of the survey.