dm Drogerie Markt

Additional Salary Instalment For Staff

Company dm drogerie markt, which will commemorate 20 years of successful operations in Serbia next year, is continuing to set new standards on the labour market, with its relations towards customers and employees, and in terms of business as a whole

We want to thank every employee for their contribution to the development and advancement of the company on the Serbian market. They are responsible for the fact that our name is associated with responsible business, credibility, a top service and trust, – explain representatives of this leading drugstore chain.

As the leading drugstore chain operating in the country, dm drogerie markt is preparing to break all records as it enters its jubilee year of doing business in Serbia. To mark this occasion, the company has made a gesture that will be long remembered by providing its employees with the equivalent of as many as 15 monthly salary instalments or jubilee cash awards in 2023, which is a rare benefit in our country’s business community.

Each employee who has been working at dm for 20 years will receive one additional full salary, while all others will receive monetary awards that are proportionate to their length of service at the company, receiving a minimum of 25,000 dinars. Additionally, dm employees will also receive their regular 13th and 14th salary instalments in 2023 – a practice for which this company has been known since the launch of its operations in Serbia.

dm employees will receive their regular 13th and 14th salary instalments in 2023 – a practice for which this company has been known since the launch of its operations in Serbia

“With this gesture, we want to thank each employee for their responsible work, but also for their contribution to the development and advancement of dm on the Serbian market. They deserve the credit for the fact that our company is associated with the epithets of responsible business, credibility, top service and trust. The image of our company, as one of the most beloved brands on the Serbian market, is reflected precisely in the relations that we nurture towards our employees, customers and the entire community. We hope that we will inspire the broader business milieu to make similar moves that will advance the economic development of the market as a whole, as we together enter the next 20 years of adventure and success,” announced dm drogerie markt Serbia and North Macedonia Director Alexandra Olivera Korichi.

This move forms part of dm’s comprehensive approach to its employees, who won’t only enjoy a record number of salary instalments, but will also continue to have access to numerous benefits, including competitive salaries, employee healthcare provided through free checkups, a “smart working” concept that provides the opportunity to work from home, professional training and education, as well as numerous activities for the children of employees.

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