Hiperdinomade 500 indefinite contracts in 2018 as part of its growth plan in the Canary Islands, bringing the current number of employees in the supermarket chain among store, warehouse and office personnel to 7,300. Hiperdino is one of the leading companies in the creation of employment in the Islands.
The Director of Human Resources of the GroupDinosol,Olivia Llorca, noted that "since in 2012 Hermanos Dominguez and Javier Puga took control of the group, employees and their families have always been a priority for the company." He added that "favoring the hiring of personnel is, in some way, our way of returning to Canarian society everything that has been done by the company."
In addition, he assured that "in a sector as competitive as it is the one of the feeding and in a territory like ours, to generate stable and quality employment is a challenge that in Hiperdino we persecute day by day".
In addition, since 2016 Hiperdino has set itself the challenge of promoting the incorporation of people with special abilities in its facilities, through aComprehensive Plan for the Care of Persons with Disabilities. At present, 128 people with disabilities are part of the work team.
Today,226is the number of stores with which the school has five of the eight Canary Islands. Thus, by islands, Tenerife is where there are more workers, with 41%; followed by Gran Canaria, with 37%; Fuerteventura, with 10%; Lanzarote, with 8%, and La Palma, with 4%.
According to sex, 59% of the workforce are women and 41% are men, and by age range, 57.76% are between 26 and 40 years old. However, this figure has been changing since Hiperdino is carrying out a recruitment plan for people over 55 years of age to promote the employability of these unemployed people.
Concerned also about the training of the workers, Hiperdino developed 465 training days throughout the year, with more than 72,000 hours of courses, in which 5,291 people from all the islands in which the brand has a presence participated. areFuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, La Palma and Tenerife.
These training days offered knowledge about languages, fresh products, salary and cash professionals, commercial skills and sales techniques, first aid and occupational hazards, among others.
The main objective of the implementation of these courses is to provide the participants with the necessary knowledge for their individual growth and, in addition, to offer them the guidelines for the correct performance of their job.