CMI’s human capital

CMI’s human capital is one of the most significant factors in the company’s growth and profitability.

Corporación Multi Inversiones (CMI), founded in 1920 by Juan Bautista Gutiérrez and currently directed by President Lisa Juan José Gutiérrez Mayorga and Juan Luis Bosch, has been characterized by its cordial family business environment. This sentiment is reflected in the abbreviation REIR, which stands for the following business values:

  • Responsibility: Keep your promises and accept responsibility for your actions.
  • Excellence: Strive to improve every day and in everything they do.
  • Integrity: Adherence to culture We are CMI in all areas of our lives.
  • Respect: Treat people as you would like to be treated.

These qualities are essential for CMI’s human capital environment to remain stable despite its rapid expansion. All company workers, regardless of their rank or condition, are asked to carry out all their actions freely and voluntarily, in full adherence to these ideals.

Importance of human capital in CMI

For CMI it is essential that each of its leaders and collaborators live the values ​​of the company. Human capital fosters the warmth of a family business that cares about the growth and development of its employees. As well as for the health and well-being of its people, their families. and the communities in which it operates.

People are CMI’s most essential resource and the heart of the company. That is why it has established several tactics and initiatives to take care of them and support their professional and personal growth.

“Anyone who wants to be a part of our family can apply for open positions.” We are looking for people who have the capacity and desire to grow personally and professionally, who can add value with their ideas and daily dedication. “They also share our principles and our culture,” promises Patricia De León W., corporate director of the Organizational Development Experience Center.

Carla Fowler

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