The investments of more than 20,000 million pesos that the directors of Banco de Bogotá have made in their administrative headquarters, where they designed and adapted world-class spaces for the practice of a healthy life, the stimulation of creativity and entertainment, continue giving its fruits, because lThe entity received from the global consulting firm, Great Place to Work, the certification that accredits it as ‘Great Place to work in the country’.
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According to the bank’s directives, in recent years it has developed different initiatives, including a Cultural Transformation Program led by experts to ensure an appropriate leadership style for the change process experienced by the organization; alliances with prestigious national and international universities to strengthen its Corporate University; various programs to promote work-life balance; and a great transformation in the physical spaces of the administrative headquarters for the enjoyment of working hours and free time.
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“To be recognized by GPTW as a ‘Great Place to Work’ It is a sign that at Banco de Bogotá we are living a new culture that allows us to attract and develop the best human talent “, said Isabel Cristina Martínez, vice president of Sustainability and Corporate Services of the entity.
He further added that are convinced of the value of diversity, equity and inclusion to promote innovation and the well-being of society, Therefore, they will continue transforming the experience of their collaborators to promote their development and life balance, with a strong co-creation strategy, based on actively listening to their interests.
In January 2020, they began the Friendly Biz Certification process granted by the LGBTI Chamber of Commerce, which recognizes companies as a community-friendly business.
Friendly Biz Certification
Their directives also commented that this year they began the process of Friendly Biz Certification granted by the LGBTI Chamber of Commerce, that recognizes companies as a community-friendly business.
The process involved administrative, operational and commercial areas at the national level. Between May and June, 150 leaders received training on inclusion and non-discrimination from experts from the LGBTI Chamber of Commerce, as well as cases for the attention and proper management of situations around the community, its rights and regulatory framework.
Later, a program was developed for 4,000 employees that was implemented in the Corporate Virtual University of the bank, in order for teams in all regions of the country to be trained in inclusion and diversity issues.
Banco de Bogotá advanced this year different initiatives aimed at fostering inclusion within employees and in relation to customer relations.
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