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Henkel Slovensko recognized as the Best employer

The company won the prestigious award in the Shared Service centers category in a respected ranking organized by the biggest and most influential Slovak job portal, Profesia.sk.

Christian Schulz, President of Henkel Slovensko and Head of Shared Service Center Bratislava

The award was received during the official RecruitRank 2017 Awards and Najzamestnávateľ 2017 gala event by Henkel Slovensko president and Head of Shared Service Center Bratislava, Christian Schulz.

“Feedback matters. We make sure to lead a discussion and listen to our employees in all aspects, from the working environment, through benefits, work flexibility, to international career opportunities. We are strongly invested in making it happen and obviously it pays off,” explained Christian Schulz on stage when asked how the company achieved this triumph.

The survey allows the public to vote for companies that attract the best people in Slovakia through fair treatment of employees and the working environment employers create. Henkel Slovensko, while 9th in size amongst SSCs, was voted the winner by the public, leaving behind competitors with many more employees. Johnson Controls International spol. s. r. o. and Adient Slovakia s. r. o. took home 2nd and 3rd place, respectively.

In the recent year, Henkel Slovensko has implemented various initiatives to enable more flexible working conditions and stronger work-life balance. Besides the recently introduced home office and additional days off, employees benefit from the company’s own Kindergarten located at the Henkel Slovensko premises. The company has a long tradition focusing on many activities, which combine corporate social responsibility with the voluntary engagement of its employees. The Sustainability Ambassadors program is one of the most beloved amongst the employees. Within this program employees teach the pupils about sustainability, one of Henkel’s core values. School visits across all of Slovakia take place during working hours. Employees are encouraged to go back to their elementary schools, meet their former teachers, and share a valuable lesson with the present students


The results prove Henkel employees are proud to work for the company

Henkel Slovensko was founded in 1991 and currently employs 1700 people. 1500 of them are working for Henkel’s Shared Service Center Bratislava which since its foundation in 2006 has grown to be Henkel’s largest SSC worldwide.
It provides a broad range of services for Henkel subsidiaries across the globe.

I would like to thank all our employees without whom it would not be possible. I am very excited to receive the award on behalf of all of them as a sign that Henkel Slovensko is one of the best places to work.

Christian Schulz

Christian Schulz, President of Henkel Slovensko and Head of Shared Service Center Bratislava, and Zuzana Kanuchova, Head of Corporate CommunicationChristian Schulz, President of Henkel Slovensko and Head of Shared Service Center Bratislava, and Zuzana Kanuchova, Head of Corporate Communication

To view the full results and other categories click HERE

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