SANTALUCA, the leading family protection insurer, has successfully completed the renewal process for the efr Certificate in Reconciliation Management, which sanctions it as a responsible family entity with standard 1000-1 issue 4.
Each cycle lasts three years, during which annual maintenance audits and, finally, the recertification audit are carried out. This accreditation, issued by Fundacin Msfamilia, with the support of the Ministry of Social Rights and Agenda 2030, recognizes companies and institutions that promote the management of people taking into account their professional, personal and family situation.
The award ceremony for the renewal of the efr label took place at the SANTALUCA headquarters. Rafael Fuertes, Managing Director of Fundacin Msfamilia, presented the badge to Juan Manuel Rueda, Managing Director of People, Organization and Communication of the Insurance Group, and Fernando Rodrguez, Human Resources Director of SANTALUCA.
In its commitment to conciliation, SANTALUCA has an extensive catalog with around 112 innovative measures for its employees.
In the words of Juan Manuel Rueda, “The fact that we are recognized as a family business is a sign of the commitment we maintain with people management in terms of work-life balance and equal opportunities. ” In addition, he added that “this renovation motivates us to continue working so that the quality of life and the well-being of our families are a priority”.
To update this certification, an in-depth audit was carried out, highlighting, among other strengths: the evolution of the company, in terms of reconciliation, in recent years and the predisposition of the company towards workers before the health crisis situation experienced in 2020, highlighting the non-execution of ERTEs.
“With this renovation, Santaluca is committed to continue to strive to improve the quality of employment, to promote support for equality and diversity and to meet the new needs of people to continue to progress in facilitating the reconciliation of family and professional life “, concluded Fernando Rodríguez.
Adherence to this model and its updating are aligned with the contribution to the sustainable development goals set by the United Nations 2030 Agenda. More specifically with SDG 3, Health and well-being, with SDG 5, Gender equality and with SDG 10, Reduction of inequalities.