Over the next six weeks, the new arrivals will be specializing in EDI technology to ensure optimal performance in their posts.
EDICOM held a lunch with colleagues who have been working with the company for 20 years. It was a truly emotional moment to stop and look back, recall anecdotes and take stock of professional and personal development.
With effort, teamwork and sharing the findings of each group, all together they managed to solve the mystery and rescue the girl safe and sound in the last few minutes.
Jorge Pradas and Ramón Ferrer, Head of 24×7 Support department and Junior Consultant in the company’s Development area, respectively, were there to give a talk on “Capacity Management in Cloud Environments through Principal Component Analysis”
The club aims to promote handball practice in the town of Lliria as a healthy training and supporting environment. Thanks to practising this sport, young people learn, socialize and compete on a weekly basis with effort, camaraderie, respect and passion.
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.