KAV is amongst the most excellent companies in Hungary
10 / 05 / 2017
KAV is amongst the most excellent companies in Hungary

KAV Hungária was awarded a prize in the Innovation and Ongoing Perfectioning and the Culture of Recognition categories in the Hungary’s Most Excellent Companies Award Programme.

This year, Investors in People Hungary (IIP) and the British Chamber of Commerce in Hungary (BCCH) award the prizes in the Hungary’s Most Excellent Companies Award for the second time. This programme was launched by the two organisations in 2016. By awarding a prize to organisational solutions that are also outstanding in international relations, they aim to set examples to be followed by the actors of the Hungarian economy, and to create a community that helps to raise awareness of the most excellent practices and to spread them.

At the awards gala, KAV Hungária received two prizes. According to the justification “the company is an envied actor in the Hungarian construction industry in many aspects; its competitive advantage is due to its innovation-oriented organisation and its maximum demand for quality”.

The Hungary’s Most Excellent Companies Programme certifies the quality, consistency and business usefulness of human resource management practices, based on the criteria of the international Investors in People Standard. The Investors in People Standard and accreditation system was launched in 1991 in Great Britain with the intention of supporting companies with useful ideas, and to provide a professional framework that creates competitive advantage through the development of the organisational background and its alignment with business goals. In the past 26 years, this Standard became the international benchmark for organisational development and human resources management. International accreditation is granted for good practices, which signals, as a strong distinguishing trademark, that the company is a better workplace and business partner than others.

Author
Anikó Magócsi
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