The National Institute of Workplace Safety and Health (INSST) has accredited EDICOM’s adhesion to the Luxembourg Declaration. In consequence, the company undertakes to accept and implement the basic principles of promoting a healthy workplace, in the management of its employees’ health.
EDICOM collaborates with Hack N’ Jam, a hackathon to fight pollution in Mexico through technology. The event had all the necessary ingredients to achieve great ideas that will help conserve the environment.
During the visit, the students got to know what the company does, how it works and how it is organized. With the help of some EDICOM colleagues, they discovered how they go about their daily work and which methodologies they follow to be efficient.
Throughout the season, workers receive a box every two weeks. This action is designed to encourage fruit consumption among colleagues and their families to create a healthy habit in their diet.
EDICOM Mexico has celebrated the Day of the Dead with the typical sweets of this holiday, such as pan de muerto and “candy skulls”. In addition, our colleagues created a traditional altar decorated with brightly coloured confetti, candles and skulls.
The event acknowledged the graduates in the Degree in Computer Engineering, the Master’s Degree in Computer Engineering and the Master’s Degree in Information Management.
They came together over several days to share their appearance and knowledge in quality control and software testing. Likewise, the first workshops on improvements in this field were held thanks to Selenium, Appium and Docker.
These new colleagues join the six already incorporated into the Consulting area of the Mexican subsidiary in September. This work center currently has 82 employees.
Xavier Ribera and Cesar Picó, International Project Manager and Head of Consulting Department in EDICOM, respectively, were there to share with ETSINF students the job opportunities currently offered by the company.
EDICOM takes part in “TALENTO TEC: The final challenge” in Tecnológico de Monterrey of Mexico. The company assessed the talent of future graduates from different degree courses such as ITC…