“The #futureofwork is all about flexibility,” said Alina Amza, Group Wellbeing & Inclusion Director at Superbet, during the Business Review Awards 2021 ceremony where she represented her company in the Working Romania | Employer of the Year category. Now, the Superbet Director for Wellbeing & Inclusion will be joining us once again, as a speaker in the All-Star Employer Branding Panel at Working Romania, Autumn 2021 Edition.
With extensive experience as an HR Manager at various companies, Alina Amza joined Superbet in February 2019 as an HR Business Partner and became the company’s Group Wellbeing & Inclusion Director in May 2021.
Alina Amza was also present at BR’s recent Inspiring Voices #EqualFuture conference, where she talked about her unique role at the largest sports betting operator in Romania, the challenges of the new reality and how the company managed to homogenize such a diverse human factor.
“Now, more than ever, there is a need for a culture of care for company employees. Our wellbeing strategy is based on 4 homogeneous pillars that we consider the most important: Listen, Draw Attention, Engage, and Action.
Listening, is our way of making sure we understand our employees’ needs. And how do we do that? The approaches are classic to the HR world, whether we use engagement surveys, focus groups, qualitative feedback, and even spontaneous feedback or informal discussions, we want very much to engage the voice of our people because it tells us most quickly and accurately what their needs are. There is another very important thing under this pillar, that we are connected to what is going on in the market, to best practices and new research, because these things give us more visibility on what is happening at the macro level.
Draw Attention, or the Awareness Pillar, is our commitment to destigmatizing mental health issues. We struggle intensely with this stigma and are very committed to this pillar and reiterating the benefits that this personal resilience brings.
The Engagement and Action pillars are very much linked to the area of inclusion and belonging so they are the next steps in our people taking ownership of their own wellbeing. We see it as a shared responsibility between people and the organisation. If the first steps come from us, so that we provide the framework in terms of direction, the next step has to come from the people themselves in a proactive, assertive way, so that they focus on the wellbeing area.” Says Alina Amza.
Join Alina Amza at BR’s upcoming Working Romania, Autumn 2021 Edition, online on November 18, starting with 10:00 AM.