Latest news about PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero)
TANGERANG - PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero) has won three awards in the "2018 HR Excellence Award" organized by SWA Magazine on May 7, 2018 at the Shangri-La Hotel, Jakarta. For the 11th time of its implementation, SWA Magazine in collaboration with the Management Institute-FEUI held award events for the best agencies as a form of appreciation for the company's positive performance, especially in the application of Human Resource Management functions. On this occasion, AP II won three awards, namely the Learning and Development Strategy category with the title A, the category of HR Transformation with the predicate AA, and the Compensation and Benefit category with the predicate A. Angkasa Pura II President Director Muhammad Awaluddin said, "This award is certainly a marker for us to always show optimal performance in all lines of the company and as a calibration for the company's digital transformation program. The positive achievements that have been achieved so far are a big part of the company's human resources so that one of the main capital that must be owned by AP II people is the ability to adapt to massive transformation in this digital era. " The use of technological development is a necessity. This certainly also touches the human resources sector. Overall, the activities being carried out by the company are in line with technology utilization programs, business process digitalization, which culminate in the smart airport. This holistic process of change is a digital transformation process that is being carried out by the company. This transformation does not only talk about technology, but about aligning technological excellence with corporate culture so as to be able to create smart infrastructure, connected content, and be able to be implemented into digital society in the company. Awaluddin added that it was the responsibility of Angkasa Pura II to provide the best service to customers by equipping employees to become more professional so that the focus on improving services was also focused on improving the quality of company employees. "Services are not only about improving facilities but also need to be balanced with the performance of professional employees and supported by an optimal work system," Awaluddin concluded. The implementation of the 2018 HR Excellence Award was attended by 30 companies engaged in various business fields, both state and private companies. The award categories include Recruitment Strategy, HR Technology, Learning & Development Strategy, Retention Strategy, Compensation & Benefit Strategy, HR Transformation, and Performance Management.