One year ago we have become the first company who has been assigned basic MAMFORCE standard, from the sector of small and medium companies. The certificate has been assigned from EU certificated project, ” The real equality between male and female: coordinating personal and business life.” On 15th of November workshop has been held in Zagreb, under the name “Coordinating private and business life, – why is that important and why is that particularly important for women.” Our Anita Cvetić Oreščanin has been one of the presenters there. The workshop has been full of good examples from real life, how to coordinate private and business life, what are the main goals of MAMFORCE organization. The goal of the workshop has been to educate representatives of the organization about common barriers and possible measures how to improve more support in the implementation of those measures in their own businesses. Benefits of getting the certificate are expected through better coordination of personal and business obligations of the employees and their satisfaction at work and motivation for new tasks.
PI has been recognized as a company that has many responsible benefits for their employees and is helping them with good conditions for undisturbed growth of the career, regardless them being parents, married, single… Due to our business politics in which the most important criteria is devotion and requirements, we are the only IT company in the region with 50% of women on all the management positions. We have more than 100 employees, 52% are women and 48% are man, although our prime business is ICT industry, so male workers are to be expected in a majority. We are continuously improving the education of our employees and that has brought a very good reputation to our company, especially to the millennium generation. PI has recognized the worth of this project and the goals. We are very proud that MAMFORCE has been recognized in our company and we are going to work hard to unite cooperative responsibilities towards family and gender equality.