FLORCANES: A PROGRAM TO RESCUE ANIMALS
(UPDATE): Rescuing dogs and cats came naturally to the people who work at Florsani. This is a program that has rescued over 50 dogs and 10 cats for the last 10 years, not only changing the lifes of the animals but making a positive effect on the people who work here. It takes responsability, effort, kindness and love to raise these animals and keep the fast work rythm that each day requires to maintain a great customer service.
All the pets are given names the day upon arrival, are taken to the veterinarian and they receive all the medical help needed for a successful recovery. Also, people from the company can adopt them and bring them each day to work.
Currently, the company has 16 beautiful dogs and 5 lovely cats which receives us every morning and make the security rounds with the company’s security team.
Dogs in the workplace provide more social support for employees, as well as more opportunities for coworkers to interact in a positive setting, according to a number of studies. Social support, or that feeling of being cared for, also serves as “a key factor in whether people with serious mental illness return to work or remain employed,” according to a May 2017 study published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
For employers, dog-friendly policies can be added to the list of workplace benefits made to attract and maintain talent, particularly in respect to millennials. “That helps attract and retain potentially top talent within your organization, so there’s essentially a bringing them through the door and keeping them in house aspect to instituting one of these policies that the employer can see the increased benefit of having them,” said Edward Yost, the manager of employee relations and development at the Society of Human Resource Management.
Are you interested in adopting one of our pets? Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org