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O.C.S. – Organization Climate Survey

  1. Excellent organizational climate becomes a major measurement for the healthy function of any modern organization. Managers seeking to engage talents and experts and striving for an undisturbed execution of tasks should attempt to understand how people feel towards the organization, towards them as managers and towards the positions they hold.
  2. Surveying the inner organizational climate, measuring quantitatively and qualitatively the attitudes of people, whether of managers or workers, towards the organization, is the first stage in discovering the path leading to find the added value of the workplace in the life of the employees. By that, one can achieve more difficult goals and KPI’s, through the willingness of people to help the place where they feel appreciated.
  3. DH&A’s team will use the SILVER ACE model to design an adequate questionnaire for understanding the requested issues, which would also be an analysis tool for results.
  4.  The basic idea is to create a comprehensive, tailored questionnaire that every employee and manager in the organization will be asked to fill-out. The analyzed results will allow a deep understanding of the data in various layers: the individual, the unit (areas, divisions, departments etc.) as well as the organization as a whole. The analysis will allow the planning of an adequate strategy for coping with the results. The survey will include two analytic components: Information about attitudes toward the organization and about attitudes towards the positions.

Full program: DH&A – Organization Climate Survey

Human due diligence in process of merger and acquisition

  1. While having a transaction regarding merger or acquisition of companies it is commonly to execute a due diligence process to deeply understand the true value of the company, its financial and real assets etc.
  2. Human due diligence relates to assessing the true value of the people managing this company, their ability to continue working under new ownership, mentality, culture and values. Their potential contribution to the success of the merger or the acquisition.
  3. It is essential to determine the human and managerial value as part of the total value of the company and the potential success of the process.
  4. DH&A team is and was part of such processes as CEOs, CxOs, and executive directors as well as consultants. The unique blend of the team ensures real value and accurate estimation.
  5. The process conducted by DH&A becomes a vital part of the decision made as for completion of the acquisition or the merger.

Further information: DH&A – Human due diligence

I.C.E. – Internal Code of Ethics

What is corporate responsibility?

Corporate responsibility is a self-regulated obligation an organization takes upon itself, in order to meet international standards of conduct, which are aimed to ensure the strength of the global economy. That is n order to make a direct connection between the strength of the civil society and the strength of the economy in any given organization or country.

The term “corporate responsibility” holds several components, all of which correspond to the evolving international business standard called “CSR – Corporate Social Responsibility”. It determines the low risk and high value opportunity in doing business with an organization holding this standard.

The components are:

  1. Business ethics: Stating a code of ethics anchoring the intrinsic and extrinsic relationship with all contributors to the organization’s success.
  2. Corporate governance transparency in conduct.
  3. Commercial decency: The correlation between the will to profit and the consumer’s right for fair deal.
  4. Fair and transparent relations with partners and suppliers.
  5. Keeping the worker rights of employees and every person involved in the work life of the organization.
  6. Sustainability:  Responsibility towards the physical environment.
  7. Providing a fair and safe working environment to employees.
  8. Community involvement: The organization’s contribution to the community it’s a part of.

Code of ethics:

The first stage in this important and unique self-regulating process is establishing the organization’s code of ethics, stating and anchoring the relationship of the organization with its management, employees, stakeholders, customers, suppliers and community.