ATAM has been awarded an honourable mention in the 6th edition of the ADiReLab award in recognition of its 50 years of pioneering dedication in supporting thousands of families facing various causes of disability at any stage of their life.
Specifically, the jury’s motivation on the award was “for being pioneers for 50 years in supporting thousands of families facing any cause of disability and at any stage of their life, in what we can consider a unique system of social protection in Labour Relations. Precursors of concepts that are nowadays very topical, always at the forefront of the most innovative approaches and methodologies, promoting the improvement of society through a permanent dynamic of collaboration with different entities in the social sector”.
These accredited awards, granted by the Association of Directors of Labour Relations, seek to distinguish the work of those who work in Labour Relations as agents that favour quality of life at work and business competitiveness.
This award is particularly emotional for the association as it coincides with the celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of its foundation.
Ignacio Aizpún, General Manager of ATAM, and Tatiana Espinosa de los Monteros, Director of Labour Relations and Diversity, From Telefónica collected the award.
The ceremony was held at the Official College of Architects of Madrid] on 1 December. The jury made up of personalities of recognized prestige in the field were among others: María Emilia Casas Bahamonde, President Emeritus of the Constitutional Court and Professor of Labour Law at the Complutense University of Madrid; Manuel Pimentel Siles, Honorary President of ADiReLab; Javier Benavente Barrón, President of Vivofácil; Montserrat Mateos, Editor of Expansión; Antonio de la Fuente, Chief People Officer of GLOBALIA and President of ADiReLab; and Rosa Santos Fernández, Director of the Employment, Diversity and Social Protection Department of CEOE.