The Center of Hearing and Speech, Ltd. was conferred an honorary distinction in the ‘Pracodawca Jutra’ contest organised by the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development.
The objective of the contest is to recognise those employers who take various measures to give good guidance and professional training to young people. Such important activities make it possible to identify the specific group of people who could potentially fit the personnel policy of a given company. Furthermore, it allows to unearth tallented and creative professionals as well as to provide them with adequate work-related training. At the same time, investments in recruitment processes can be minimised, because the ability to invest in human capital, especially in the young people is more important.
In the three previous editions organised thus far, 26 enterpreneurs running large, small and medium-sized businesses were awarded the ‘Pracodawca Jutra’ titles. Additionally, 5 companies received distinctions in the competition.
During the Grand Closing Gala on 6 December 2016, five companies were given the ‘Pracodawca Jutra’ titles, and other four received distinctions on being identified as good practice. In this year’s edition the prizes were handed by Patrycja Klarecka (the President of PARP), Nina Dobrzyńska (the Deputy President of PARP) and Paweł Chorąży (the Undersecretary of State in the Ministry of Economic Development). The honourable distinction for the Center of Hearing and Speech, Ltd. was handed to the company’s Managing Director and Board Member, Ass. Prof. Dr. Piotr Henryk Skarżyński, M.D., Ph.D., MSc. The Gala was led by journalist Wojciech Szeląg.
The ‘Pracodawca Jutra’ titles were awarded to the following companies Rafako Inc., Kronospan Szczecinek, Ltd.; Comarch Inc.; Euvic, Ltd. and Biuro Rachunkowe Biurex, Ltd. Sitech, Ltd., Man Bus, Ltd., Multiserwis, Ltd. and the Center of Hearing and Speech, Ltd. have received honourable distinctions.