Introduction of a flexible employment system at BERN Építő Ltd.

GINOP-5.3.2-16-2016-00176

Year of construction: 2017/05/24 BERN Építő limited liability company


Amount of aid: 14 313 826 Forint

Detailed description of the project:

Uneven workloads require the development of flexible forms of employment in which workers have the opportunity to spend less time in the workplace after extra work accumulated during more intensive ordering periods and also provide the employer with the necessary capacity for these periods. For selected jobs, it is necessary to accurately identify each workflow, for manual workers, to examine the accounting period of the time frame, and for workflows that are not necessarily time-bound or time-limited (eg do not have special equipment requirements that only work at the workplace). can be operated), it is also worth considering the possibility of teleworking. Based on the questionnaires filled in by 25% of the employees of the organization, management interviews and the management and employee survey, it can be seen that the company is suitable for the introduction of flexible forms of employment in the selected jobs. Based on the responses to the questionnaires to assess employee needs, organizational culture, and forms of employee employment, we can say that the corporate culture includes the elements that allow the introduction of flexible forms of employment that are not hindered by the unanimous opinion of managers and employees. Due to the changing workload, a maximum of eight hours of working time per day cannot be ensured evenly, so the introduction of flexible work organization can significantly help employees to reconcile work and private life.

The introduction of flexible forms of employment involves the following cost items: the use of 12 consulting days, the aim of which is to make the introduction of flexible forms acceptable to the entire employee community and to integrate into the company's organizational culture and long-term survival. To this end, organizational documentation is developed in the field of labor law and finance, the fit of flexible forms to the organization as a whole is fixed in HR policy and coordinated with the corporate strategy, and IT consulting ensures the usability of the IT background.

A total of 5 leaders will participate in the two types of two-day leadership trainings: Leadership Efficiency Development and Leadership Skills Development are designed to help leaders navigate the process of organizational change. A total of 90 people will participate in the three two-day employee trainings. The focus of the co-operation training is to strengthen the co-operation and synergy between the employees (groups), the aim of the time management training is to enable the employees to master effective time planning patterns and work-life balance techniques during the course. The aim of stress, conflict management and lifestyle development training is to increase personal and work efficiency. The primary task of the workplace mentor is to ensure the professional implementation of the application and to provide a kind of spiritual help to the colleagues. Alexandra Horváth has been the marketing manager of the company since 2015, with 10 years of professional and work experience, a college graduate with a degree in economics, who has been with the company for a long time and is trusted by her colleagues. His personal abilities, such as his good communication skills, also make him suitable for this task. For the transformation, it is essential to procure teleworkers ’work equipment, i.e. laptops and their associated Office suite, as well as telecommuting software modules to record working hours and competencies, as well as measure stress levels.

These tools will be used to remotely reach colleagues in a redesigned job and to support their daily work in a new form, will be tools for new remote workstations. The 6 laptops and Office packages will be the tools of a colleague’s home workstation converted to telecommuting, as they all have a number of tasks in their jobs that require these tools.

At the time of the survey, 44 people work in a six-month working time frame, 15 people in a traditional form of employment work 40 hours a week, 8 hours a day, 3 people work 30 hours a week, 1 person a day 1 a day and 1 a day. External factors, which are also characteristic of the construction industry in general, also affect the operation of Bern Zrt. Such an external effect is the changing intensity of weather conditions on the one hand and orders on the other. Both factors result in the workload being unevenly distributed in the business year, so in congested periods there are many additional tasks and problems to be solved that burden the entire organization: seasonal labor must be provided, a lot of overtime accumulates, extraordinary work occurs.

With the recruitment of new employees, the number of employees in the organization will increase further, when the development is completed, the number of employees will be 65, the development will affect 15 employees with redesigned positions, training and consulting activities will affect the total number of employees. The employment of 11 employees will be transformed into teleworking, the form of 4 employees will be transformed into casual work.

From nature to nature

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Bern Építő Ltd. Received a grant from the Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2009-2014 Green Industrial Innovation Program (HU09) “Increased use of environmentally friendly production technologies (sub-program 2)” call for proposals “From nature to nature” -efficient technology, environmentally friendly product HU09-0034 -In the framework of the application with the identification number A2-2013.

 

The research:

 

Project name: From nature to nature!

Start of research: 2015, Kiskőrös

End of research: 2017

Project Partners:

  • ÉMI Nonprofit Kft.

  • EU PCM Nonprofit Kft.

  • Peter's Paplan Kft.

  • ID Norway AS

 

Approx. ten thousand tons of poultry feathers are produced in Hungary alone. The fate of this huge amount of organic by-products, which cannot be used for anything else, is 90% destined for incineration, which, in addition to its cost, also has harmful effects on the environment. As a result of a domestic research, this hazardous waste is made into an environmentally friendly thermal sound insulation material.

Bern Építő Zrt., As a project owner, together with three other Hungarian and one Norwegian organization, has launched a research project for the recycling of hazardous waste as a construction insulation material.

The commitment to tender was not small: the development of two different prototype products that met all relevant construction requirements, and the creation of a manufactory production line for their production. This is how the external façade thermal insulation of the feathered carton was born, and the internal thermal and sound insulation material called the featherwood was born. Both products have an excellent insulating effect and their environmental significance is enormous. There are several registered patents in different countries around the world for recycling waste pens. As a result, however, so far no economically feasible, safe and viable product has been born.

The complexity of the task is shown by the fact that during the experiments of the “From Nature to Nature” project, the development of the final structure of the panels required the execution of 1,500 different experiments. The composition of the final product is more than 90% whole and minced poultry feathers, and 9 different additives provide additional product properties such as static strength, fire resistance, or protection against pests and insects - informs József Major, the patent owner.

The long-term goal is mass production and entering the international market, which is supported by the economy and environmental value of the product. Through the Norwegian Funds and the EEA Funds, Norway contributes to reducing social and economic disparities and strengthening bilateral relations with beneficiary countries in Europe. Norway cooperates closely with the EU through the Agreement on the European Economic Area (EEA). For the period 2009-2014, Norway's contribution is € 1.7 billion. Support is available to NGOs, research and higher education institutions, and the public and private sectors in the 12 most recently acceded EU Member States, as well as Greece, Portugal and Spain. Extensive cooperation is ongoing with donor state agencies and activities are expected to be completed by 2016.

The main areas of support are environment and climate change, research and scholarships, civil society, health and children, gender equality, justice and cultural heritage.

Site development of

Bern Építő Ltd.

Description of the project:

 

The project was supported by the European Union and co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund.

 

In the course of the project, a hall will be built and equipment will be built on a well-maintained public utility area belonging to the area entitled “Serena Industrial Park” (7800 Siklós, Ipartelepi út 2., hrsz. 310/37.) For the purpose of finishing construction and metalworking.

 

The building to be built is light-structured, prefabricated in nature, due to the possibility of fast and economical construction. An office and social block will also be set up in the hall. The hall will be equipped with sectional large gates, thus providing the possibility of transport and parking. A passenger door will also be designed to provide a simplified approach to the office area. The floor of the hall will be industrial floor, the additional rooms will be ceramic tiles.

There is no protected plant on the site of the building to be built, however, the project will also be landscaped during the project. The size of the plot is 1604m2 and the useful floor area of ​​the hall to be built is 380.92m2. Our company's headquarters are located in the vicinity of the development site.

The project will also include the purchase of tools for metalworking, including cutting-bending machines, lathes, cylindrical rolling machines, column drills, and stand-milling machines.

 

The investment will create a total of 7 new jobs. In addition to the expected job creation of 5 people, two more people will be employed in order for the company to be able to serve other companies in the micro-region at a competitive price by continuing its gap-filling activities.

BERN Építő Ltd.

Access to international markets

Description of the project:

 

A projekt az Európai Unió támogatásával valósult meg.

a GOP-3.3.3-12-2013-0007 azonosítószámú „Mikro-, Kis-, és Középvállalkozások piaci megjelenésének támogatása” című pályázati konstrukció keretében megvalósuló projekt célja a Vállalat piacbővítésének támogatása kommunikációs és egyéb eszközökkel a Horvát építőipari piacon történő megjelenéssel.

Another IT development of

BERN Építő Ltd.

Description of the project:

 

The project was supported by the European Union and co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund.

 

Within corporate process management, the support of HR and GIS systems for BERN Zrt. Within the framework of the GOP-2.2.3-09-2010-0100 tender.


BERN Zrt. Has expanded its existing IT system with the HR module and the workflow management system, the system using mobile technology related to ERP, and the GIS and geographic information system. The corporate process management system is now fully operational.

Introduction of IT systems for

Bern Építő Ltd.

Description of the project:

 

The project was supported by the European Union and co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund.

Support for the introduction of the MAXsees corporate governance system basic license, the MAXsees CRM customer relationship -, MAXsees Docu - Manage electronic records management system for BERN Zrt. Within the framework of the GOP-2.2.1-08 / 2-2009-0001 tender.
BERN Zrt. Has introduced a new IT system with which it can carry out its financial, merchandising, procurement, logistics and electronic records management activities more efficiently and faster.

Site development at

BERN Építő Ltd.

Amount of aid: 75 230 564 Ft

Description of the project:

The project is supported by the European Union, the European Regional Development Fund
It was co-financed by a fund.

 

Based on our tender for the "Site Development (DDOP-2009-1.1.1 / D)" call of the South Transdanubia Operational Program, the European Union and the Hungarian State provided support to BERN Ltd.

Purchase of machinery at

BERN Építő Ltd.

Amount of aid: 24.780.000 HUF

 

Description of the project:

The project was supported by the European Union and co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund.

 

In the tender for the purchase of machinery of the Economic Operational Program, the European Union and the Hungarian State awarded a non-refundable subsidy to BERN Ltd.

 

Types of the machines:

- Hyundai Robex 170W-7A/2PC wheel excavator
- Hyundai Robex 3527 mini excavator
- Stetter AM 9 Transport Mixer

Purchase of earthmoving machines at

BERN Építő Ltd.

Amount of aid: 9.888.000 Ft

 

Description of the project:

The project was supported by the European Union and co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund.

In the tender for the purchase of machinery of the Economic Operational Program - the European Union and the Hungarian State awarded a non-refundable subsidy to BERN Ltd.

 

Types of the 2 machines:
- Hyundai Robex 35Z-7 mini excavator
- Hidromek 102S backhoe loader

Purchase of a loader at 

BERN Építő Ltd.

Amount of aid: 36.365.000 Ft

 

Description of the project:

 

The project was supported by the European Union and co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund.

In the tender for the purchase of machinery of the Economic Operational Program - the European Union and the Hungarian State awarded a non-refundable subsidy to BERN Ltd.


Type of the machine:
- MANITOU Maniscopic MRT 2150 Privilege telescopic rotary loader.

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