Airport operator Hermes Airports received three awards at the first-ever Cyprus HR Awards at a ceremony on Wednesday evening in Nicosia.
In total, Hermes won three gold awards across two categories; ‘Effective use of coaching – mentoring’ and ‘Best change management strategy/initiative’, under the learning and development category; and ‘Excellence in workplace wellbeing’, under the wellbeing category.
According to a Hermes announcement on Thursday, the objective of these awards is to recognise and celebrate companies operating in Cyprus that have distinguished themselves through the development of people-centric cultures and innovative practices. The nominations were assessed and decided upon by a panel of independent industry experts comprised of entrepreneurs, senior business executives, state and institutional body representatives, as well as academic professionals.
“Every organisation is as strong as its people, and an essential part of Hermes Airports’ culture is their growth and wellbeing,” senior HR manager Natasa Iacovides commented. “With these awards we will not become complacent; for us, they are part of an ongoing journey on which our organisation will continue.”