CMI Among the Top Employers in Summa Magazine's Ranking

CMI Among the Top Employers in Summa Magazine's Ranking

Workplace well-being is a crucial element for any company to sustain itself over time and achieve its goals. A prime example of this is CMI, Corporación Multi Inversiones, which has been recognized by the prestigious Summa Magazine in its rankings of top employers in Central America and Guatemala.

This recognition reflects how CMI continues to excel with exceptional labor practices, its focus on the comprehensive well-being of its employees, and its ongoing commitment to sustainability.

Summa Magazine's Top Employers Ranking

Summa Magazine's ranking of top employers is based on a perception survey conducted among business owners, executives, and professionals in the region. This survey, carried out from September 1 to October 15, 2023, evaluated aspects such as good labor practices, incentives, development opportunities, and actions in favor of sustainability.

Participants nominated the three companies in their country they found most attractive to work for, with a special emphasis on commitment to sustainability, resulting in a ranking that includes the top 50 companies in some countries and the top 25 in others.

CMI's Commitment to Comprehensive Employee Development

CMI, Corporación Multi Inversiones, stands out for its focus on the development, health, and overall well-being of its people. With initiatives like the corporate university “laUcmi” and the Gente+ program, the corporation supports the professional and personal growth of its employees.

Another factor that positions CMI in Summa Magazine's ranking is its culture of innovation and development. The corporate university, LaUcmi, with its “Gold Accredited Department” certification awarded by The Learning and Performance Institute (The LPI) based in London, and flexible work policies demonstrate the corporation's investment in its team and its vision for sustainable and balanced growth.

Sustainability and Well-being: CMI's Cornerstones

CMI has an integrated sustainability strategy that involves all its groups, business units, and their members. An example is the Well-Being+ Program, an initiative focused on the comprehensive well-being of employees, addressing Financial Wellness, Company Culture, Health Care, and Work-Life Balance.

Rooted in offering the opportunity to grow together and the warmth of a family-owned business the third generation, led by Juan Luis Bosch Gutiérrez and Juan José Gutiérrez Mayorga, has successfully steered CMI, Corporación Multi Inversiones, to become one of the top employers in Guatemala and the region. This journey began in 1920 with a small store in San Cristóbal Totonicapán, Totonicapán, in western Guatemala, and diversified with Molino Excelsior in 1930 and Avícola Villalobos in 1964, eventually evolving into a multinational family corporation.

This recognition in Summa Magazine's ranking is more than a corporate achievement; it's a testament to the company's commitment to its employees. With its innovative and sustainable model, the corporation demonstrates that business success and employee well-being go hand in hand.