SLC Agrícola stands out for its Human Resources
The company´s HR is ranked among the top 100 most inspiring in the country
SLC Agrícola, one of the world's largest producers of grains and fibers, is on the list of the 100 most inspiring HRs in the Gupy Destaca Award, which values initiatives that inspire the future of work.
Gupy, a recruitment and selection platform used by companies, created the award to recognize companies that have inspiring Human Resources management and also highlight actions in the Attraction, Development and Enchantment pillars and innovation practices within these three segments. SLC Agrícola is recognized in the Development and Innovation in Attraction pillars.
“We are very happy with this recognition, which motivates us even more in our journey of investing in people. We are very proud of our people and believe in their career and growth possibilities. These initiatives are in line with and contribute to our Big Dream, in terms of impacting future generations”, says Déa Machado, the company's People Management and Corporate Communication Manager.
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