We know that our employees are our greatest asset. That’s why at Allegro we give everyone the chance to gain unique knowledge and experience. The unique scale of operations in Poland and our constant technological development offers everyone at Allegro a unique chance to strengthen their professional competencies. The results of the engagement survey also show that one of the most important factors that influence the commitment of our employees are the development opportunities we offer.
To properly structure the development process of our employees, we have introduced a comprehensive training programme called MindUp. MindUp includes training, conferences, workshops and development meetings, grouped by type, subject and function:
- Get knowledge - trainings, workshops on specific topics, postgraduate studies, courses, and exams that are the most useful in the given role and in the given business area,
- Share experience – e.g. training sessions during which employees have the opportunity to assume the role of the instructors and share their knowledge with others from the organization To this end, employees receive the necessary support from the HR department, who will prepare them for the role of instructors,
- Unlock self-awareness – training to develop the so-called soft skills that stimulate creativity and innovation,
- Be inspired – employees can take advantage of, among all, inspiring insights and best practices presented by various authorities, invited to take part in meetings with Allegro employees,
- Lead others – training intended for managers to improve, among others, their team management skills.
MindUp in 2017:
2 662people attended trainings overall
1 174people participated in in-company training
195MindUp training sessions
4,51average rating of the trainings*
* on a scale of 1 to 5
Hours spent on training in 2017, by gender
Women Men Total Total number of hours spent on training 12,614.5 26,267.5 38,882 Total number of employees 783 1,275 2,058 Average number of hours spent on training per employee 16.11 20.60 18.89
Summer e-Xperience – an Allegro internship programEvery year, interns are offered a pool of paid two-month internship opportunities, that involve hard work under the supervision of the best experts from the e-commerce industry in Poland.
Every year, interns are offered a pool of paid two-month internship opportunities, that involve hard work under the supervision of the best experts from the e-commerce industry in Poland, employed by Allegro.
Allegro interns in 2017:
- 38 people took part in the Summer e-Xperience program,
- All interns have the opportunity to attend training sessions organised by Allegro,
- Every trainee is under the supervision of a mentor throughout the internship program,
We sign contracts of employment with every third intern who has completed the internship program.
Year-End Review We focus on the so-called continuous conversation, which is essentially a constant and regular dialogue between the superior and the employees. This allows to constantly update the goals and tasks.
We focus on the so-called continuous conversation, which is essentially a constant and regular dialogue between the superior and the employees. This allows to constantly update the goals and tasks. Once a year we also organise development-related meetings, to review and discuss the individual goals and goals of the team. All employees with whom we have signed contracts of employment are covered by the employee evaluation process, provided they have worked for us for at least 6 months.
How do we evaluate employees?
- Step 1: The employee performs a self-assessment in the HR system,
- Step 2: The superior may ask the closest associates or external partners with whom the employee has cooperated for an opinion on him or her,
- Step 3: At a face-to-face meeting, the superior performs the assessment together with the employee, sets future goals and talks about future development,
- Step 4: Summary of the meeting in an on-line module.
Year-End Review in 2017
Women Men Total Number of evaluated employees 411 759 1,170 Share of employees qualifying for evaluation (in %) 85% 96% 92%