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ORMIT again chosen Best Workplace

With top talent from 15 different countries, ORMIT was named Best Workplace 2019.

27 March

Last night the trainee specialist received this recognition for being a good employer, for the thirteenth year in a row. The ORMIT approach focussed on listening, improving, developing and innovating, let international leadership talent experience what steering with head and heart means in a time of continuous change.

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Empathize with other cultures

"That we are once again a Best Workplace makes me enormously proud," says CEO Hetty van Ee. “These days our trainees come from 15 different countries. With so much diversity, it is essential to pay attention to empathy with other cultures and different points of view. Also, it is important to set a good example in conducting the dialogue and listening to each other. We find that in our organization is particular vital; where young top talent thinks along with how we can ensure that people can connect with others and participate in the objectives of the organization with leadership, now and in the future. "

Example for leaders of the future

From 2008, ORMIT participates with full dedication in the study of Great Place to Work. “Not for the ranking, but because we want the international talents that we develop experience what it means to work at a Best Workplace,” says Hetty van Ee. “With our management, we set an example for the leaders of the future. We trust that they will include that in their own leadership, and thus make a difference for the people around them and make organizations more viable and more successful. We believe that people that are passionate about their job work better together, which makes companies more viable and innovative. Thereby, our customers notice that this is ultimately valuable for the business result. "