The Navigator Company’s Human Resources and Social Assets Policy is based on a set of values which inform its operations and investment in human capital.
CALL FOR RESEARCH GRANTS APPLICATION (BI)
RAIZ - Forest and Paper Research Institute opens a call to 4 research grants, Master Degree, within the scope of the Co-promotion R&D Project entitled "inpactus - Innovative Products and Technologies from eucalypts", with the reference nº 21874 " co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) through the Competitiveness and Internationalization Operational Program (POCI) under the following conditions.
Deadline for submission of Applications and Submission Form: The application is open between 07/08/2018 and 07/09/2018. Applications must be formalized, obligatorily, by submitting a form at http://rh-candidatura.thenavigatorcompany.com/dpo/?lang=en by selecting the link "On-line Applications" and choosing the reference "inpactus Research Grant - Masters", enclosing Curriculum vitae, certificate of qualifications (mandatory) and other supporting documents relevant to the final assessment.
Principles We Value
In managing its human resources, The Navigator Company is committed to a series of principles which are clearly communicated to its employees:
The Company is accountable to its workforce
Respect for their dignity and recognition of merit
Ensuring their safety and well-being at work
In return, it expects professionalism and initiative
It is standard practice in the Company for performance assessments to be conducted on the basis of clear and measurable operational targets, including those linked to a range of sustainability issues.
In 2013, 99% of employees were involved in the performance assessment process and 93% in the career development process. This makes it possible to align our employees’ goals with those of the company, periodically identifying the expectations of both parties.
When targets are exceeded, individual employees enjoy higher levels of pay and at the same time the Company is able to improve efficiency levels and the quality of pulp and paper production, whilst cutting costs and reducing environmental and social impacts.