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Sacyr joins the Business Network of the Generation & Talent Observatory and signs the Code of Principles of Generational Diversity

  •  An Agreement that aims to generate a network of knowledge and good practices to help companies foster the implementation of active policies for generational diversity

Observatorio Gestión y talento

Sacyr has signed the Code of Principles of Generational Diversity promoted by the Generation & Talent Observatory. By joining, the company recognizes the favorable development of people management based on equal opportunities completely irrespective of age, non-discrimination and respect for generational diversity. 56 companies and entities have now adhered to this Code. 

The agreement was signed by Elena Cascante, president of the 50plus Think Tank Association and managing partner of the Generation & Talent Observatory, and Ángeles Alcázar, managing partner. Representing Sacyr were Miguel Heras, Corporate General Manager; Pedro Alonso, Communication General Manager;  María Teresa Manjón, Head of Labor Relations, and Maria Notario, Responsible for Diversity. 

Miguel Heras, Sacyr Corporate General Manager, explained that the multinational joins this network of companies as part of its “commitment to talent and diversity.” “These are core values for our company and through them we create an inclusive work environment, where diversity is the driving force to achieve the best talent for Sacyr,” he said. 

Currently, the Observatory's Business Network is working on an analysis of intergenerational health and well-being. Previously, it analyzed the talent of different generations and in a subsequent work cycle, intergenerational leadership. Both works have culminated in two scientifically rigorous studies: "Diagnosis of Generational Diversity,” carried out in collaboration with the Universidad Pontificia Comillas, and “Intergenerational Leadership,” with the European University.