The AEV Human Resources Team held the annual BetterWays Forum on July 22 and 29 at the corporate centers in Taguig and Cebu, respectively.
Anchored on the “Inspired by Passion Workplace” framework, the Forum provides the venue to inform A-People on the four streams of talent engagement need, namely: need to provide, need to learn and grow, need to belong, and need to give back. The Forum is also the venue for team members to dialogue with HR partners about talent management concerns and related matters.
Updates on the HR pillars of talent attraction, retention, and optimization were presented. Major discussions were made on enhancements and additions to benefits, the BetterMe self-driven career management program, and the latest developments in BetterWays Academy. Corporate HR also conducted two surveys during the Forum: one was on the creation of A-Clubs and the second on the Customer Satisfaction for the services rendered during the first half of 2016.
AEV Senior Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer Atty. Jasmine Oporto kept everyone abreast on the revised Code of Ethics and Business Conduct, underlining the significance of awareness, understanding and compliance of the Code.
AEV Risk Manager Jason Brasileño presented ongoing efforts on the Business Continuity Management, particularly on the West Valley Fault mapping exercise which will allow for a phone tree and geo-locating system useful during disaster events.
Sustainability Team’s Elina Mendoza presented the mechanics of the Aboitiz No Impact Challenge, a resource efficiency campaign that aims to bring the BetterWorld sustainability mindset down to the level of individual team members.