The Port of Gdansk named Pomeranian Employer of the Year 2015
On 12 February 2016, during the annual Pomeranian Employers Gala, statuettes for Pomeranian Employer of the Year were awarded in three categories - small, medium-sized and large enterprises, says PGA.
By decision of the jury of the competition, which was organised under the honorary patronage of the Pomeranian Governor and the Marshal of the Pomeranian Region, the Port of Gdansk Authority SA was awarded the title of Pomeranian Employer of the Year 2015 in the category "medium-sized enterprise employing up to 250 people."
The primary aim that motivated the originators of the competition was to recognise businesses that promote good practices, are employee- and community-friendly, and have a positive influence on the region's economic development.
As the Pomeranian Governor stressed in his congratulatory letter, the Port of Gdansk Authority SA is a company that represents a genuine example of how to achieve great business results, while maintaining the principles of ethics and corporate social responsibility.
The President of the Board, Dorota Raben, was also congratulated by the Marshal of the Pomeranian Region, who acknowledged that the Port of Gdansk Authority SA is an enterprise that creates good working conditions and is able to see the potential of its employees.
The Marshal also pointed out the company's perseverance, determination, and involvement in the development of the port, wishing it every success in the accomplishment of its future goals and objectives. As he emphasised, "(...) the Port of Gdansk can boast achievements at the highest level. It is a business whose activity proves that it is possible to create a strong enterprise which, in spite of numerous challenges, is becoming even stronger thanks to the persistent work and commitment of all of its associates and employees. It demonstrates a business talent among Pomeranian enterprises (...)".
The award for Pomeranian Employer of the Year 2015 was accepted by Dorota Raben, President of the Board.