The 4th Family Friendly Company – Gala Evening and Awards – 2016

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The final countdown to the 4th Family Friendly Companies Competion 2016.

The three Prince, three Princess Movement!

The Gala event took place at BMC ( Budapest Music Center) were overall 200 representatives of the movement, the distinguish guest, and calls to special guests were present to hear/see of this year’s most family friendly work places in Hungary. The event was opened by Prof. Dr. Bagdy Emőke, psychology Ph.D., professor emeritus.

Main point to this competition is to serve an example of those family friendly companies and to spread the news around Hungary. Within the birth of a child, at each family the first 1000 days are the most in question, how to manage the work-life balance. In terms of having children play a decisive role in a family friendly workplace. Recognising this, the “Three Prince, Three Princess Movement” was established in 2013. Thereafter founded the Family Friendly Company Award, which rewarded the companies in supporting the balance in work-life and also to support a mother to have her choice to  a desired child.

The prize is awarded to those companies which the profession the jury exams and consider to be highly important class supporting employees with their workers already having small children and the ones planning in having children. An important contribution of family friendly operation is in keeping balanced the family and work environment, and future goals.

The prize aims to draw attention and to introduce the positive examples and of course to introduce more widely disseminate family friendly approach.  The awards were handed over in three categories: large, medium and small family friendly companies. The  top three winners were: BT Roc Ltd.  – Large Company category, Numil (Nutricia) Hungary Ltd – Medium Company Category and  Webstar Group Ltd  – Small Business Category.

In addition to the ceremony beside the category winners, based on the jury proposal to the new ideas and individual solutions were evaluated with special diploma.

Update and snaps: Aggie Reiter

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