The human resources management approach employed within Karbosan Zımpara Taşı San. A.Ş. responds to the specific business requirements of each industry. The design and implementation of these practices are devised to support strategic objectives.

Attracting and Recruiting the Best Talent

The goals of Human Resources Management are to:

• Be the employer of choice for top talent;
• Meet the future workforce needs of the Karbosan through a global and proactive recruiting perspective.


Building Organizational Capability

The priorities of Human Resources Management are to:

• Continuously assess and review organizational capability, people, systems and processes and, if necessary, to restructure in support of the success of the Karbosan;
• Identify and assess high-potential employees and develop their careers based on the future needs of the Karbosan;
• Enhance mobility within the Karbosan through assignments, transfers and rotation for employee and organizational development.


Reward and Recognition

Human Resources Management strives to:

• Offer a competitive compensation package to attract top talent and strengthen the commitment of existing employees;
• Encourage accountability;
• Reward outstanding employee contributions and performance;
• Provide a level of compensation to employees commensurate with their responsibilities and the value added to the 


Increasing Employee Motivation and Commitment

The objectives of Human Resources Management are to:

• Promote the development and expansion of an open, participatory and transparent culture that values diversity and creativity;
• Proactively seek and consider employee feedback and expectations while continuously developing approaches that strengthen commitment, motivation and retention;
• Create a safe, healthy business environment that embraces ethical values and balances personal life with career responsibilities.

  •  Attracting and Recruiting the Best Talent
  •  Building Organizational Capability
  •  Reward and Recognition
  •  Increasing Employee Motivation and Commitment