The excellent working conditions at Coyol Free Zone and its capacity to attract and retain the best human talent were recently recognized by Revista Summa, an important business magazine in the Central American region.
The publication highlighted our emotional salary, our high investment in training, as well as the fact that 50% of our managing positions are occupied by women.
Our team is composed of professionals from various areas, whose mission is that each project or service is carried out in the best way for the benefit of our clients.
“We are experts in the development and administration of Industrial Parks and Free Zones, offering construction project management services and complementary services to support the successful operation of our clients, such as recruitment and talent acquisition, training, sustainability, and transportation, among others. We constantly seek innovation and social awareness, creating work proposals that benefit the internal and surrounding communities”, said Carlos Wong, Managing Director of Coyol Free Zone.
We’re also able to retain talent through many other advantages, such as flexible schedules, telecommuting, a solidarity association, a culture focused on results, and professional development opportunities, among others, all for the benefit of each employee and their families.
Likewise, as part of our governance, we have a Code of Ethics and an Ethics Committee, thus ensuring the comprehensive well-being of all employees, and guaranteeing compliance with internal policies and regulations.
A great example of the organizational culture that enriches the work of each employee is one of our engineers David Salas, who, after six years of managing projects within the Park, received the opportunity to become the director of his department.
“In 2018, I assumed the direction of the department, where we build high-value projects. I’m proud of working at Coyol Free Zone. I’m grateful for the opportunities they have given me, such as developing my professional career and working on challenging projects,” said Salas.
David, like his colleagues, enjoys an invaluable emotional salary, where human sensitivity, warmth, and empathy prevail, aspects that define us as an ideal working environment.