In less than a week, two recognition ceremonies, with one goal: to symbolically recognize those Employees who have had no record of absenteeism in the last four years.
After the ceremony that announced this series of honors, small meetings have been held at Campus TAP, so that all identified Employees have the opportunity to see in person their efforts to be always present, which, as the CEO himself Antonoaldo Neves said, “It's not just showing up to work, it's being present body and soul" at the Company.
“We, Portugália, are part of this new TAP"
Miguel Vaz Pinto, Technical Director of Portugália, joined his colleagues for a different breakfast at the 3rd floor Refectory of Building 27, where he spoke to them in a few words that mirror the purpose of the program: “I want to thank all your contribution to our success in recent years. Given our importance, absenteeism in our operation is critical. "He also stressed that" we, Portugália, are part of this new TAP and we have a very important role in this growth”.
“This type of recognition had never been made at the Company, so I am very happy and very grateful,” said Ângelo Santos, Flight Attendant, who was recognized during the event. Also for Elisabete Pereira, the initiative is very positive. The Flight Attendant considers this type of recognition "an asset, a demonstration of respect of the Company and a way to value the Employees".
TAP IT Professionalism
Raffael Quintas, Chief Financial Officer (CFO), and Eduardo Rodrigues, head of TAP IT, started another breakfast, congratulating those present and stressing their “commitment” and “passion for the Company”.
During the session, the CFO highlighted TAP's transformation and left a word of comfort regarding the Company's future: “If we look closely at TAP's history, we know that we can only be more efficient because there is a greater investment in technology. and systems. TAP will continue to grow and we need you. "
João Alferes, one of the Recognized Employees at this session, believes that “it is small gestures like this that end up motivating people.” In the opinion of Carolina Sala, also a TAP IT Collaborator, the people who accompanied her at this ceremony “are in fact people very responsible and professional and the recognition is deserved. " For Victor Vieira, also honored, not only the initiative is important, but also “the sharing of information by the Company" that makes him feel “part of it”.
With these two ceremonies completed, this year the cycle of 100% Present ceremonies is over. The program, which aims to recognize Employees who do not register absenteeism, should have a new edition as early as 2020.
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