HR policies, talent management, and contribution to the improvement of public legal services highlighted
HR Policies, Talent Management, and Contribution to the Improvement of Public Legal Services Highlighted
Three prizes were recently awarded to Wolters Kluwer Spain from the Spanish National Bar Association, the human resources foundation Bufí I Planas, and the daily paper Expansión.
Medal of the Spanish National Bar Association - Mercedes Rey, Publications Manager of Diario LA LEY (leading publication aimed at Spanish law professionals), received this recognition on behalf of the publisher LA LEY, part of Wolters Kluwer Spain. The medal was conferred in recognition of the creation of the Observatorio de la Justicia Gratuita, a work team set up in 2006 with the objective of analyzing and improving legal services rendered to low-income citizens.
Joan Bufí 2009 Award - Salvador Fernández, CEO of Wolters Kluwer España, received this prize given by the Catalonian private foundation Bufí I Planas, recognizing initiatives that bring human and corporate values together. The award honours Fernandez’s work to make employees a central part of the business. About 200 employee signatures supported the application. The ceremony was celebrated in the IESE Business School at Barcelona, and Salvador received his prize from the Mayor of Las Rozas (where Wolters Kluwer Spain is headquartered), who flew to Barcelona for this purpose. The jury was made up of prestigious personalities from the business, university, and media world.
Expansión & Empleo Prize for Innovation in HR - The main economy and business daily paper in Spain, Expansión, recognized Wolters Kluwer Spain for its social plan, developed in 2004 to improve workforce motivation and performance. Since that time, the program improved performance by 17%, reduced the number of low-motivated employees by 38%, and reduced employee absenteeism by 17%.
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