Compensation and Benefits
The compensation system is based on meritocracy.
The compensation system is based on meritocracy principles. The compensation is based on market technical studies performed annually.
We believe in variable compensation systems, because we understand is a better way to recognize the best, encourage growth and the ownership culture of our organization.
The evaluation system is based on goals. Goals are cascaded from the business annual plan to each of the company´s areas and then to the collaborators. The reach of these goals are the ones that define the variable compensation that each collaborator can achieve. The interfacing of the goals in the functional areas guarantees that the collective goals of the organization will be reached.
Our collaborators have benefits additional to those ones prescribed by the laws of each country. We encourage a healthy lifestyle with preventive medical evaluations; we celebrate as a family each one of our goals.
Besides these benefits, we establish agreements with other companies to offer our collaborators discounts in products and services such as gym, restaurants, household items, among other
Masters in Business at cbc - MBC -
Its objective is to train managers to have a systemic vision of cbc and therefore guarantees access the best management tools, market practices and leadership abilities.
The Leadership Academy expects to develop skills in all leaders that handle personnel, to help them to have a strategic vision of the business and to lead high-performance teams.
The deans of cbc University are the directors of the functional areas in the company. They support the development of learning strategies en each area and that way we can guarantee the quality of the trainings.
cbc University has specialized and certified trainers that have a passion for teaching and a commitment to develop our talent.
A great ally in this process i sour technological platform that allows us to manage trainings in each operation, with the use of interactive materials such as videos, lectures and learning tools.