Dominion, the Basque company that has improved its corporate reputation the most in the last 5 years
The technological multinational confirms its upward trend and is ranked 12th in the list of Basque companies with the best corporate reputation
Dominion is the Basque company that has improved its corporate reputation the most during the last five years. This is certified by the RECOR Euskadi 2018 report, developed by 150 experts from different business sectors, which places Gestamp and Eroski in second and third position.
This distinction confirms the upward evolution of Dominion in recent years and allows the company to enter the Top 20 ranking of Basque companies with the best corporate reputation, specifically in the 12th position, ahead of companies such as Sener, IMQ, Siemens-Gamesa and Ingeteam.
The RECOR Euskadi 2018 report is a biennial document based on the assessment of 150 opinion leaders from different fields that synthesizes the social perception of the corporate reputation of Basque companies. The ranking, developed by the Consejeros del Norte consultants, indicates communication, social responsibility and the ability to generate value as the factors that most influence the corporate image and reputation.
And in its opinion,Iberdrola is at the top of the RECOR Euskadi ranking, followed by IDOM, CIE Automotive, Eroski and Euskaltel, while Dominion is ranked 12th.
Mikel Barandiaran, one of the managers with best reputation
The CEO of Dominion, Mikel Barandiaran, also appears as one of the 20 managers with the best reputation in Euskadi. The list, which values qualities such as the ability to create a team, leadership and communication skills, places him in the 16th place.
Corporate reputation is the global perception that stakeholders have of a company or organization. It is an attribute composed of tangible and intangible elements such as economic results, the quality of the offer and the social responsibility of the company, among others. Therefore, this perception has already become one of the strategic variables for companies.
In the case of Dominion, its corporate social responsibility policy is based on principles such as transparency, ethical management in business and fiscal responsibility. The technology multinational is also committed to defending Human Rights throughout the value chain; to promote the human and professional development of those who integrate it, and to contribute to a better management of natural resources and the environment with efficiency, innovation and efficiency, among others. The practices implemented to comply with these principles are available on its website.