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29 June, 2022
 

MAP S.Platis Group Pioneers 32-Hour Work Week for Staff This Summer!

The Group launches the 4-day work for its staff.

This initiative follows through with the Group’s main goal of investing in its people and promoting a healthy work-life balance.

Following the success of its hybrid and flexible work schedule during the past two years, MAP S.Platis Group, a leading consulting, educational, and tech firm in the financial services and regulatory compliance sector in Cyprus, announces the launch of a four-day work week for its staff via its ‘Summer Afternoons’ programme.

During the months of July and August, all Group employees will enjoy two afternoons per week off while retaining their usual earnings and package of benefits. This translates to a 32-hour work week based on the standard four-day work week that is growing in popularity and effectiveness across Europe.

''It is very important for us to promote a healthy work-life balance amongst our employees, and that is why we strive to implement programmes and work models that support this overarching philosophy,'' said Ms Yiola Charalambous, MAP S. Platis Group’s Human Resources Manager.

''Besides all the other incentives awarded to our staff members, with the new ‘Summer Afternoons’ programme, we further recognise our team’s important and diverse contribution to the achievement of our common business objectives.'' 

''As part of MAP S.Platis Group,'' adds Ms Charalambous, “we seek to invest in the overall wellbeing of our people, and we are committed to the continuous improvement of our company’s working environment.''

It is no coincidence that   MAP S.Platis Group has enjoyed both domestic and international recognition for its superior working environment and corporate culture. Recently, for example, the Group received the international certification ‘We invest in people’ from the organization ‘Investors in People.’

MAP S.Platis Group is committed “to investing in building a healthy and pleasant working environment for our people, applying innovative and modern practices to make this happen,” concludes Ms Yiola Charalambous.

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