26th June 2014 - Atos presented the "Job creator" award by Polish Minister for Labour and Social Policy
Atos won the ”Job Creator Award” in the category of large service businesses in Poland. The award was presented by the Polish Minister for Labour and Social Policy - Wladyslaw Kosiniak-Kamysz. Key factors in deciding the award were the number of jobs created in 2013 and the working conditions for employees. The Minister noted that the „Job Creator Award” is a great example to demonstrate how providing good conditions for employees does not conflict with the development and good results of the company.
Atos employs more than 2,620 people in four cities (Bydgoszcz, Warsaw, Wroclaw and Gdansk). 99% of them have employment contracts. Only last year, Atos hired more than 1,100 new employees and is planning further recruitment. A substantial achievement is the fact that in 2013 nearly one third of new employees were candidates recommended by people already working at Atos. This is tangible proof that the creation of a friendly work environment and investment in employees reflect the company’s success, which is hiring up to 100 professionals per month.
King Bloch, Head of HR in Poland, said: “Winning the “Job Creator Award” proves that Atos offers its employees friendly working conditions. It is worth mentioning that for the past three consecutive years, Atos has received the ‘Great Place to Work’ award, each time taking its place on the podium. Atos employees have the opportunity for development at technical, linguistic and soft skills trainings. Additionally we guarantee benefit packages, including: remote working, additional insurance, medical care, commuting subsidy, relocation package and sports benefit. At Atos, we focus on „work-life balance” and support individual initiatives of employees through our activities including the Atos football and sailing teams. We are very happy and proud that our people are also involved in various kinds of charity activities and we also guarantee our assistance in these initiatives.”