Employee & Union Relations

What is at stake?

Most companies possess a value chain composed of the supply chain, production and sales. Communication between the departments is crucial for an organization to create value that is greater than the sum of its parts. However, relations between these departments are often inadequate. More important, lack of internal collaboration can lead to missed opportunities in business processes.

What do we promise?

StratejiCo. promises engagement, innovation and productivity at the workplace. We help organizations become more collaborative both internally and externally. Companies exponentially increase their value in all fields once each department understands how it can support the others. This way, organizations as a whole create value that is bigger than the sum of its parts.

How do we help?

StratejiCo. provides relationship-based contributions in each segment and measures the performance based on its proprietary engagement model. For the supply chain, we help build and establish profitable relationships with your suppliers. For production, we create an engaged workforce that increases productivity, quality and innovation. For sales, we help you engage your customers by turning transactions into sustainable relationships.

Relevant Client Successes 

A global leader in automotive industry faced decreasing engagement labor of the workforce and dispute with labor union, amid growing worker unrest in Turkish automotive industry. StratejiCo. provided dispute resolution, employee engagement services to help company management maintain quality and efficiency.

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Relevant Publications

1. Asgari Ücret Düzenlemesi ve Getirdikleri   -   8 Şubat 2016
Asgari ücret arttı ve şirketler maliyetleri azaltma, çalışanlar artış oranında ücretlerine zam alma, sendikalar iki ateş arasında ayakta kalma derdine düştü. Bu noktaya nasıl geldik? Nasıl çıkacağız?
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2. Labour Movement Positioning   -   August 28, 2016 
Explaining the reasons behind the widespread labor strikes in 2015, the questions that need to be answered for labor-intensive business models.
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