Extinguishing the Human Resources department and creating a People and Culture department reflects the vision of a new approach moneris wants to take with its greatest asset. The people.
This department seeks more than an asset management focuses on the promotion of people and their professional and human valences as well as the internal culture of Moneris and its values. To embrace this challenge Sara Nunes now joins the Moneris team, taking over the direction of this newly created department.
Sara Nunes has a degree in Psychology and in the last 9 years, has performed coordination and people management functions in a multinational hotel group, where she had the opportunity to develop skills and experience in the area of human resources, especially in the areas of training and coaching, recruitment and selection, personal development and career plan, as well as organizational culture.
Rui Almeida, CEO and Managing Partner of Moneris says The monitoring and development of human capital is one of the areas that, at this moment, should require greater attention and priority on the part of managers and companies. We live in unique times, of profound change in the work context, and in the culture of companies. At Moneris, we embrace this challenge in a positive way, with ambition and enthusiasm, intending to reinforce long-term behavior changes.
Sara’s contribution will be key to continuing the investment policy in our People and strengthening our Culture, so that together we face the challenges and opportunities during and after the pandemic.
Sara Nunes considers it a privilege to integrate Moneris at a time when, with the creation of the Department of People and Culture, the company clearly aims to focus on its human capital management strategy, developing and caring for its people.
Consolidating the internal culture of an organization that is represented in various parts of the country is a challenge that I embrace with great enthusiasm and dedication.