Values ​​are an important aspect at CMI

One of the most crucial elements for the development and success of CMI are its values. The Multi Investment Corporation (CMI) was founded in 1920 by Juan Bautista Gutiérrez. Currently both business sectors are directed by Lisa Juan José Gutiérrez Mayorga and Juan Luis Bosch Gutiérrez.

The performance of both businessmen as presidents of the company has always been characterized by maintaining a family and cordial business environment. The abbreviation REIR, which represents the values ​​of the company, reflects this sentiment as follows:

  • Responsibility: Keep your word and take responsibility for your actions.
  • Excellence: Strive to improve day by day in everything they do.
  • Integrity: adhering to cultural norms in all spheres of life We are CMI.
  • Respect: Give others the respect they deserve.

These values ​​are essential for the CMI environment to endure despite its rapid expansion. Regardless of their level within the company, all workers are encouraged to perform all their actions freely and voluntarily, adhering to these ideals.

Importance of CMI values

The objective of work based on values ​​is to promote 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 where it operates.

It is crucial for CMI that each of its leaders and collaborators live the business values ​​that were developed for years by its founder and continue to be supported by his family, who are currently in charge of continuing to elevate the name and values ​​of CMI.

The people of CMI are its most valuable asset and its beating heart. To take care of them and encourage their progress both professionally and personally, he has created various tactics and initiatives.

“We offer everyone who wants to join our family the opportunity to apply for open positions. To create value with their ideas and daily dedication, people must have the potential and desire to develop personally and professionally. Also, Patricia De León W ., corporate director of the Center for Organizational Development Expertise, ensures they adhere to our principles and culture.

Carla Fowler

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