OHLA’s Services subsidiary, Ingesan, launches a teleworking pilot project
December 16, 2021
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Ingesan, the head company of OHLA's Services activity, has launched a telework pilot project for its workforce in Spain. This voluntary initiative was launched this December and will allow employees who have taken part in the project to telework one day and three hours per week.
All the participating workers will have at their disposal the technical resources to be able to telework. They will also have the continuous support of the medical service and the company’s occupational risk prevention area.
With this initiative, Ingesan relies on the opportunities offered by technology to promote the remote work of individual tasks, as long as the systems, processes and means associated with each function allow it.
The company’s goal is to adapt to new business needs and boost productivity by creating attractive work environments for employees in a collaborative and accountable environment that takes into account, at all times, the current situation and the evolution of the pandemic.
Digital transformation at the service of people
Over the last few months, the head subsidiary of OHLA’s Services activity has made significant progress in digital transformation and has recently been awarded by Forética, a leading business organization in the field of sustainability in Spain, within the framework of the JOBS 2030 – Future of Work project for its “Managing Transformation” initiative.
Specifically, through this project, which works as an idea incubator, the company works on three axes: technological transformation focused on people; promotion and development of talent, skills and knowledge; and diversity and inclusion in the workplace.