The companies of the Doors Division are clearly committed to their respective sites and are aware of their great economic and social responsibility in creating and securing jobs. To increase its own attractiveness as an employer, Garant offers various employee incentives, such as easier access to e-bikes or reduced admission to fitness studios and swimming pools. A specific integration management allows employees with health restrictions to return to the workplace. HR development is being further strengthened and expanded with a new approach that is currently in the development phase. Invado, for example, also maintains a close and effective cooperation with the state employment agency, which has a positive effect on the local labour market and has already reduced unemployment in the region. In addition, the company has good experience with a recommendation programme.
Goals with success monitoring
Overarching goals of the companies in the Doors Division are to secure and strengthen the respective site through increased employee retention and effectively filling vacant positions. Indicators for checking these goals are the vacancy filling, the competitiveness and the attractiveness of the respective site. Garant measures its success with regular comparisons of relevant KPIs such as fluctuation and illness rate as well as by comparing progress in the establishment of new management systems in the area of human resources. At Invado, the progress is regularly checked in the context of internal and external audits.