Building a successful career is a challenge for everyone. Here you can learn why Croatian Post makes a good workplace.
Two years in a row, in 2017 and 2018, Croatian Post was awarded the Partner Employer Certificate, which attests to its outstanding success in managing human resources. The quality management of human resources is part of the Post2022 Development Strategy, which centres on employees and basic postal values: trust, proactivity and excellence. Furthermore, Croatian Post is one of only five state-owned companies to hold that certificate. Currently a total of 48 companies hold the Partner Employer Certificate in Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia.
Croatian Post has more than 10,000 employees, making it the largest employer in Croatia. In the current business environment and market, possessing the ability to adapt quickly is extremely important, which is why Croatian Post has made substantial investments in knowledge development by providing employees with all the necessary professional training.
Responsibility to users, as well as to our own employees, is an important feature of Croatian Post's business practice. The research on this topic shows and confirms that satisfied workers who know that their employer appreciates and values their work, dedication and achievements are also the best workers, the most reliable promoters and the best advertisement a company can get. Croatian Post recognizes and appreciates workers as its greatest asset and provides them with numerous benefits in addition to their regular incomes based on stable operations. Our employees' high-quality hard work has made Croatian Post a successful and well-respected company.
Below is a review of some of the benefits of working for Croatian Post we can offer you:
|Number of days of paid time off greater than regulated by the law (for each case of death in the family, natural disasters etc.)||Paid time off to donate blood|
|Extra pay based on the number of years with the company||Extra pay for meals|
|Extra pay for afternoon shifts||Extra pay for working on Saturdays|
|Extra pay for night shifts||Extra pay for double shifts|
|Paid sick leave covered by the employer at the higher rate than legally required||Participation in transportation costs|
|Annual accident insurance (24-hour insurance)||Financial assistance for regular education of children in case of employee death and single parents|
|Regular health check-ups once every two years paid be the employer||Possibility of professional training when introducing new services and for other work needs|
|Development of IT knowledge|