Dynamic People is a Great Place to Work
We are proud to officially call ourselves a “Great Place to Work”!
We have now obtained our certificate in collaboration with Great Place To Work Netherlands. Great Place to Work examines the degree of trust, pride and pleasure within organizations. The results of the employee survey are used to determine whether the criteria for being a good employer have been met. Only organizations that achieve the required score may directly bear the title Great Place To Work Certified.
Jeroen Bunck, CEO of Dynamic People: “It’s great that we can now officially call ourselves a Great Place to Work. At Dynamic People we have a very flat organizational structure, which ensures that our lines are short and we are close to our employees. We believe in the happiness of our employees: if your employees are happy, we can achieve a lot more together. And we are happy to invest in that. That is why cooperation, entrepreneurship and fun are our main focus. And, don’t forget to always celebrate your successes together!”
About Great Place to Work
Great Place To Work has been helping organizations increase trust in the workplace for 35 years: the most fundamental element of a successful organization. The Great Place To Work research provides insight into the perception of employees, the way of working together and the leadership within an organization. Great Place To Work provides points for improvement for a strong organizational culture on this basis and provides guidance in its follow-up. The international organization works with companies, non-profit organizations and government agencies in 60 countries on all continents.
René Brouwers, director of Great Place To Work Netherlands: “Being a good employer is the way to organizational success – that is the belief of Great Place To Work Netherlands. Organizations that have a culture of trust, pride and pleasure perform better. Here as an organization. to excel is an achievement, an achievement to be proud of and an achievement that deserves attention. ” Brouwers about the study: “We ask employees’ opinions on five values: credibility, respect, honesty, pride and camaraderie. These values are linked to performance. We apply this approach worldwide in 60 countries at more than 7,000 organizations.”