We Are Stratio: A No – Company where people matter
Office events and activities, internal training, reward and recognition programmes… are just some of the benefits that help making employees happy and that improve and contribute to a strong employee engagement. All of this plus the shared values and attitudes create a positive Corporate Culture. At Stratio, our values and people are vital and define our amazing culture. Discover all and more about Stratio’s culture!
What is Corporate Culture?
According to Forbes, Corporate Culture is “an integral part of business. It affects nearly every aspect of a company. From recruiting top talent to improving employee satisfaction, it’s the backbone of a happy workforce.” Corporate Culture are the values and beliefs the company has and it determines how employees interact outside business concerns. Culture is as important as business and work, because it’s what brings happiness to company’s employees.
Culture can be defined as a group of beliefs, values and attitudes. The culture has a direct impact on the strategic direction of business. It influences management and decisions and improves employee engagement. Stratio knows this and this is why we give so much importance to people and culture.
A no-company where people matter
In a no-company, the company doesn’t matter. The company is only the means to get extremely talented people working together to create excepcional things. A no-company innovates, differentiates, transforms other companies and aims to make the world a better place. A no-company brings freedom and responsibility, no hierarchy or procedures. It is thanks to our people that we have such a competitive advantage!
Life and culture at Stratio
At Stratio, we want to create a great atmosphere at the office so that each one of us can reach our maximum potential.
This is why, within Stratio, there’s a team that organizes internal activities that create employee engagement and happiness, such as office events, internal opportunities and training…
Office events and activities
At Stratio, we organize fun and entertaining internal events and activities that help Stratians de-stress, get to know each other in a different work environment and have #StratioFun.
From Ping Pong and Padel tournaments, to halloween costume competitions, christmas buffet and bench decorations, ladies lunch… Because Stratians should work in a forward-looking and innovative work space and, of course, be happy.
It is our goal to ensure that all Stratians feel a shared responsibility for the company and are passionate about their work. This is why we encourage Stratians to teach and lecture other colleagues on a specific topic they specialize on. One of the most famous internal events are the Stratio’s Lunch and Learns, in which a Stratian prepares a topic and teaches other Stratians. Of course, pizzas and empanadas are ordered to accompany the course. 🙂
Apart from all these benefits, Stratio offers other advantages that motivate Stratians and generate employee engagement: reward and recognition programs, library of technical books, flexible schedule, uninterrupted work day, agile framework, gamification, social benefits, team building activities…
Proud of our values and happy to be a different kind of company
Stratio’s essence are their values. A combination of eleven core values embody the Stratian culture. From being a team player to laughing out loud, our teams meet and exceed these merits on a daily basis. We are not afraid of making mistakes and trying out new things, we are grateful to one another, we love helping each other and, everyday, we dream big!
Motivation, value and attitude is everything we ask from our Stratians. Because working in a happy environment is vital and necessary for all of us to give our best! And like this, we can all work together towards something great, create exceptional things and make the world a better place.
Silvia Mariscal is part of the Communications and Marketing team at Stratio. She studied Journalism and Media Studies at CEU San Pablo University and she has a MA in Corporate Communications and PR from the University of Leeds (UK). She is passionate about writing, cinema and yoga!