Last update: 09/02/2022
More consumers are choosing to buy from brands that share their values on sustainability, social responsibility and other issues. This mindset shift is also taking place at the office... Here’s why.
In a job interview, we can't help but feel nervous to make a good impression or insecure about being what the company is looking for. All job descriptions mention requirements in terms of academic and work experience or even soft skills, like being proactive or creative.
Still, in recent years, all that has changed. Because of heightened awareness, companies engaged in social and environmental causes are being perceived as more appealing places to work. Here are some of these companies’ most prominent features:
Flexiworking at Santander
We offer flexible working conditions by adapting working conditions to the personal needs and preferences of our employees so they can achieve a work-life balance that works for us both.
FlexiWorking affects where, when and how much people work and can take many forms. That’s why we support colleagues with formal and informal arrangements.
According to the “Randstad Employer Brand Research 2021” report, respondents in Europe cited an enjoyable and safe work environment (64% and 62% respectively) and an attractive salary (67%) as their top work requirements. Furthermore, Great Place to Work in Latin America says trust is a driver of progress in interprofessional relationships.