Babel incorporates 16 associates as owners of the company

The company specialized in digital services, Babel, continues with its particular cooperative policy. He has recently appointed 16 new associates, something common in the company, since the appointment of associates is a phenomenon that is repeated every year. Every 365 days they become partners, currently counting with 87.

Of the new associates, four are non-executive and twelve are executive, and -among them- three come from Ingenia, a company specialized in cybersecurity, digital solutions and e-learning services that Babel acquired in July last year.

This is striking, highlighting that any company professional can become a partner or owner of the company, with regardless of their seniority or professional category, being the members themselves who propose and vote for the new appointments.

A partner is considered to be that employee who has the inherent qualities to the highest degree (professionalism, commitment, loyalty, responsibility, honesty, rigour, teamwork…) and that feels the firm’s interests as their own. This is the case of Ana G√≥mez, a graduate in Economics and a new partner, who belongs to the internal management department, which ensures that “Babel allows you to get where you want, since here the only limits are those that you set yourself.”

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Being a member means career recognition within the company, and access to corporate bodies. In addition to an additional economic investment that consists of the possibility of acquiring shares in Babel and receiving the dividends that the company distributes annually.

Tony Olivo, CEO of Babel, has taken the opportunity to highlight the very important role of professionals in Babel: “The appointment of these new partners is a clear example of our unique model, where Babel’s commitment to people is reinforced, and the idea that Babel is owned and managed by its workers”.

More benefits for employees

The Babel model is not common in the context of technology consulting. The distribution of benefits among all employees is one more example of this solidarity philosophythe monthly benefits generated by the company are shared between workers and owners.

But there is more: a flexible package of social benefits, points-based vacations, an individualized career plan, annual professional promotions, telecommuting and flexible hours, bonuses, a training plan and certifications, or an indefinite contract from day one.

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