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“Giving first, to then receive”.
Mercadona’s employment conditions stand out on account of providing stable, quality employment by means of a Human Resources model that favours training, internal promotion and equity, among other values.
Mercadona’s Human Resources policy has been praised by the International Labour Organization (ILO), and it has ranked first in the Distribution sector at the Merco Talento ranking.
Mercadona’s employees have permanent contracts and their salaries are higher than the average for the sector.
Mercadona distributes a part of its yearly profits among its employees. Furthermore, the Company’s employees enjoy a remuneration policy that foresees pay rises at every step of the band (year of seniority), up to a limit of five bands per post.
At Mercadona, we foster the values of equality, diversity and tolerance, and because of this, no distinction is made based on gender, age or any other condition. One of the company’s principles is “same responsibility, same pay”.
A pool of talent is created of people are trained and given opportunities.
Mercadona strives for its employees to achieve a satisfactory work-life balance. Among other measures, it offers the possibility of extending maternity leave by one month, and it has Nursery Schools available in some of its logistics blocks.
Mercadona shares corporate information and goals with its employees. Furthermore, to further people’s talent, it fosters dialogue and participation, as in order to come up with better ideas, full advantage must be taken of the creativity of everyone who is part of the company.
The employee at Mercadona is a valuable asset. Mercadona's aim is for its staff to be committed to providing excellent services, and to be highly motivated and aligned with the company's vision to achieve the goals of the common project. Mercadona today is the result of the ideas and the effort of a very talented team.
Mercadona’s employees are of the utmost importance for the company. Mercadona has a Human Resources model in place that is well known for offering stable, quality employment, and by means of which - among other things - it is able to promote personal and professional development, as well as stability, training, leadership and equality.
The Mercadona Collective Agreement established with the main trade unions specifies the labour conditions and rights for Mercadona workers, with pioneering measures such as ongoing training and greater work-life balance.
Please see the Guide on how to submit an application for a job at Mercadona