Holcim feted in DoLE contest

Leading building solutions provider Holcim Philippines Inc. won a competition for productivity improvement, and signed a new collective bargaining agreement with the union for its supervisory employees in Davao, reflecting its strong and positive engagement with its people.

Holcim’s plant in Bacnotan, La Union was among the 10 regional winners, and is being considered for the national level of the Productivity Olympics by the Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Board. A biennial competition, the contest recognizes companies for successful productivity improvement programs and practices.

The contest measures business excellence, employee engagement, and corporate social responsibility.

Holcim La Union highlighted in its entry, the improvement on its housekeeping and waste management driven by strong engagement by its people. The company noted these were made possible by programs for learning and development, recognition, environmental stewardship, volunteerism and diversity and inclusion. Holcim La Union was also recognized in January by the Department of Labor and Employment for excellence in health and safety during the 12th Gawad Kaligtasan at Kalusugan Best Practice Award.

Holcim Philippines President and CEO Horia Adrian: “We are grateful for our people’s continuing support and engagement in our efforts to raise performance for a more positive impact. These developments highlight our people’s collaborative spirit to deliver results for the sustained growth of the business that benefits the company, people and host communities.”

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