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I am very grateful and proud of being part of a company with the GPTW certification. People say “work is the second home”, and what a better place to be than in one where you enjoy both being and working.

Making people and their well-being valuable is really powerful, in the end, we work with other people, not machines/robots.


Ever since I started college, I heard about the GPTW certification. It was hard to picture a company that was actually able to have all of their employees happy, relaxed and most important, secure their well-being.


After graduating, I decided that I would work in a company with the GPTW certification, because for me, working as part of the Human Resources department, it would be a challenging to conduct a strategic planning based on the people who work in the company, not only for their job position or work responsibilities. Inflection Point gave me the great opportunity of working here and I can say that what I enjoy the most is that the main target is for us to have balance between our personal and working life. I trust the people I work with, I’m very proud of what I do, the activities that I work in everyday are valued and I always have a personal and professional growth in my every day.


According to the certification, for a company to be considered as a GPTW it must fulfill 4 different aspects: define clear job positions; design working environments that are safe, comfortable and appealing to work in; preserve a good working environment and Give all employees a stake in the company's success. At Inflection Point we satisfy these 4 aspects in several ways; from the events, bonuses, development evaluations, covered parking, initiatives, reading and sports clubs, weekly lunches, life and career plan, among others.


I am very grateful and proud of being part of a company with the GPTW certification. People say “work is the second home”, and what a better place to be than in one where you enjoy both being and working.

Making people and their well-being valuable is really powerful, in the end, we work with other people, not machines/robots.

 

Lorena J.

For insights from the HR perspective, you should read Lorena, a great organizational psychologist,

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