The way employees connect, experience and project the brand of the company they work for is becoming more and more important.
Eurofirms, with a percentage of 124%, is in the 728th position in this list. It is one of the 102 Spanish companies in the list.
Miquel Jordà: “The basic principle of Eurofirms is ‘people first’, a challenge that can only be met with respect, trust and transparency”
The team of employees of Eurofirms successfully completed the challenge of the Oxfam Intermón Trailwalker 2017 solidarity sports walk.
The new schedule, which is in keeping with the proposals of the “work schedule reform”, will improve the well-being of over 430 people in the group.
In 2016, its 25th anniversary, the Eurofirms Group closed the financial year with a total turnover of 294.7 million euros on the Iberian Peninsula.
This incorporation means the expansion of its network of offices, with new branches in Lisbon and Madrid.
Over 170 people attended the workshop, generally the most important human resource representatives from Galician firms in the area.
The survivor of the 1972 Andes plane crash shared his experience and what he learned from it in an act organised by the CAEB and Eurofirms.
This week the 2nd Jornadas Laboralistas were held in Oviedo, the second series of workshops on labour issues organised by the College of Social Graduates of Asturias.
Eurofirms was placed among the top 50 companies to work for across the country, within the category of companies with 100 to 250 employees.