Homa takes concrete action to continuously match the fast-changing market requests, create new capabilities and create a more inclusive workplace.

Our International Business Centre's continuous evolution has already reached remarkable targets versus our challenging targets.

Our 5% labour-power (YoY) growth mark expresses our intention to be even more customer-oriented, tailoring our team so that we can meet the growing demand in the market via sophisticated services.

We continue our journey of offering continuous training to enrich the competencies of the over 175 colleagues who form the International Business Centre's (IBC).

Our approach is simple:
• put people in the centre
• create the most favourable context

To permanently ensure that Homa's IBC is the best team.
We target the generation of value for our partners, focusing on the correct answers, and reducing distances and response times.

At Homa, since our inception, we value and promote inclusion and diversity these brings creativity, tenacity, and resilience to our organisation.

We pride ourselves today on celebrating #International Day of the Girl 2022 to point out that 53% of the IBC workforce is represented by female managers with an average age of about 28 years.

Even more, 67% of leadership roles are held by women, thanks to their unique capacity to convey Homa's corporate culture of CARE.

These numbers tell how at Homa, we constantly work to reward competence and knowledge as the most effective way to ensure that there is no room for the so-called "glass ceiling" .

For more information about our values and HR policies, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Copyright HOMA 2022- Issued by Homa Marketing dept. in October 2022

*Since 2012, 11 October has been recognised as the International Day of Young Girls. The day aims to highlight girls' needs and challenges while promoting their emancipation and respect for their rights.

Almost 25 years ago, some 30,000 women and men from nearly 200 countries arrived in Beijing, China, for the Fourth World Conference on Women, determined to recognise women's rights. The conference culminated with the adoption of the Beijing Declaration.