As Asmira Group, we understand that people are the most valuable asset of a business, and that the bridge between a company's goals and success lies in the hard work of its employees. In this context, we embrace people from different cultures, religions, languages, races, genders, sexual orientations, ages, and backgrounds who come together around the same goal with great respect and believe in the universality of diversity. At Asmira Group and its subsidiaries, we carry out all Human Resources processes within the framework of the principles of "equal opportunity" and "value to people", taking into account our differences as human beings. As a company with a human-centered business philosophy, Asmira Group is committed to creating value through HR activities based on respect, transparency, merit, trust, and development.

Our Human Resources Manifesto

All of the values that form the basis of the Asmira Group Manifesto, such as loyalty, reliability, honesty, diligence, creativity, innovation, environmental awareness, and respectability, are embraced by all of our employees to create our organizational culture. Regardless of department, one of the most important tasks of all of our managers is to ensure that our values are internalized by our employees and reflected in all of our business processes to both internal and external stakeholders. Our values serve as our guide as we work towards achieving our vision. Our management and leadership approach, which embraces our values and does not compromise on them, forms the foundation of our organizational culture that encompasses our entire organization.

Participation Processes to Asmira Group

Ensuring sustainable competitive advantage by attracting qualified workforce is an integral part of Asmira Group's strategic HR management. When recruiting, the aim is to place the right people in the right positions, to ensure effective orientation and internal socialization, and to catch the most effective employee development trend in career advancement within the organization. Starting with the identification of the needs of the workforce within the organization, the process measures scientific methods of psychotechnical, psychosocial competence, and job competency to select the most appropriate candidate. In the process, it is an important criterion to be able to adapt to the organizational culture, and the orientation of the selected candidate is organized to develop long-term business relationships based on mutual trust and benefit principles.