Committed employees
hold the keys
of success

Committed, developing staff are key to our success.
Each employee, and consequently the entire Group,
has the right to excel.

Nordic Morning
trains future

Superiors and managers have a key role in building success of the company. It is them who vision the targets and the directions for the company, take care of the economic feasibility, and encourage the staff to further develop their working community. In 2012, Nordic Morning started to systematically identify and promote young talents and potential leaders within the group.

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Citat Academy:
hub of skills and
knowledge development

An initiative from a group of employees at Citat AB was the starting point for the company’s new concept of competence development. Citat Academy, started in 2010, focuses on three areas in contributing to personnel’s professional development: skills, inspiration, and leadership.

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2012 –
A challenging
year of growth

The demand for communication services grew modestly. Most of the growth occurred in digital communications whereas the decline in demand for traditional print accelerated. In these challenging circumstances the group recorded a remarkable 7 percent growth.

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"Communication transforms into conversations across networks"

Having noticed the description of the Nordic Bond 001 program in the intranet Plaza, Social Media Specialist Caitriona O’Connor from JG Communication decided to make an application.

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"In the future,
plays the key role"

Project leader Jussi Naumanen from Edita Prima has studied management skills in Nordic Bond 001 program since January 2013.

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Steps towards
well being

In spring 2013 Liisa Raunio avoided taking the lift in order to raise the number of steps on her pedometer.

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Pro bono work boosts corporate image

A part of good corporate citizenship is pro bono work, wherein a company participates in the social development of its operating environment.

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