Casa de Campo Resort & Villas obtains the “Great Place to Work” certification
Jason Kycek, Andres Pichardo Rosenberg, Rosario Velez Garcia y Charles Keusters.
La Romana, DR
Casa de Campo Resort & Villas obtained the “Great Place To Work® Caribbean and Central America” certification for August 2022-2023, one of the most prestigious national and international certifications awarded annually by the Great Place to Work Institute to the best employers in the world.
As a result of the hard work, the Resort achieved a Trust Index score of 92%, placing it above the national and regional averages of 86% and 85%, respectively, making it by far one of the most ideal places to work in the country and the Caribbean.
To determine the excellence of an organization, the Great Place to Work consulting firm evaluates employees’ experiences concerning promoting high-performance cultures and trust in companies. This extraordinary achievement was possible thanks to the collaboration of the great Casacultores family, which had a 98% participation level in the first organizational climate survey process.
Among the most outstanding indicators is pride in belonging to the company with 97%, followed by companionship with 94%, cooperation and teamwork with 94%, and credibility with 92%.
In Casa de Campo Resort, the results of the cultural transformation process developed have been of great value. These have been worked on in-depth in recent years, achieving at this time a solid organizational culture and philosophy as part of a strategic work to evolve our work culture from the inside with a vision, mission, and values-oriented to build a Great Place to Work for everyone.
Andres Pichardo Rosenberg, President of Casa de Campo Resorts & Villas, expressed that “this certification commits us to continue promoting practices and programs that foster our commitment to the growth and development of the talent of our people and the trust towards our Casacultores”, while elevating our Employer Brand together with the extraordinary reputation of the resort, which is what makes Casa de Campo a unique place in the world.
Casa de Campo Resort
Casa de Campo Resort & Villas is the most complete resort in the Caribbean, attracting an influx of travelers with various rooms, suites, and luxury villas. Varied gourmet gastronomy high-quality wines and beverages in all restaurants and bars.
Marina & Yacht Club with a capacity for 370 boats, Polo and Equestrian Club, La Terraza Tennis Center, and 245-acre Shooting Club. Set on 7,000 tropical acres on the southeastern coast of the Dominican Republic, this luxury Caribbean destination is also home to three of the most challenging golf courses designed by Pete Dye, including Teeth of the Dog, Dye Fore, and The Links.
Casa de Campo is also home to Altos de Chavón, an artisan village built in the style of a 16th-century Mediterranean town with stores, museums, and a 5,000-seat Greek-style amphitheater opened by Frank Sinatra in August 1982.
About Great Place to Work® Institute:
Great Place to Work® Institute, since 1980, has listened to employees and evaluated their employers to understand what makes a great place to work.
The foundation of any great workplace is trust between employees and management. Ongoing research, measurement tools, and educational services have made Great Place to Work® Institute a benchmark for companies to help build high-trust workplaces.