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Analysis

GIN group: a leader in integral talent management

Mon, 08/05/2019 - 12:14

Human resources management, whether focused on a blue or white-collar workforce, is not easy. Companies need a certain level of specialization to handle delicate management tasks like recruitment and personnel planning that directly impact business performance. GINgroup is positioned as a leading player in integral management of human talent in Mexico.

GINgroup is a 100 percent Mexican company with over 38 years of experience and more than 2,500 specialists in a variety of human resources areas. The company has more than 4,500 clients in the Mexican market and holds pole position in the human resources management segment. In 2018, GINgroup registered sales totaling MX$31 billion (US$1.64 billion), which represents a 26 percent increase compared to 2017. Overall, GINgroup contributes to the employment of more than 180,000 people nationwide. The company’s specialization areas include payroll processing and management adapted to every position profile, recruitment processes for special positions in different geographic locations, planning and personnel and payroll management focused on accounting, fiscal, legal and administrative matters. The company is also an active promotor of employment formality and is responsible for the management of thousands of employees enrolled with IMSS and INFONAVIT.

By adapting its services and solutions to a company’s specific profile, GINgroup is an ally that helps improve labor conditions, maintain an effective positioning and promote growth. GINgroup also develops strategies that generate significant savings, while complying with the clients’ procedures and quality standards. The company has several certifications that vouch for its quality and capabilities: Socially Responsible Company (ESR), Great Place To Work (GPTW), Inclusive Company and Family Responsible Company (EFR), among others. In addition, GINgroup has an agreement with CONACYT that allows the company to access fully updated information on the Mexican labor market and the number of talent-related companies in the country.

In Mexico, GINgroup has 11 operational centers, 80 offices and more than 50 subsidiaries. However, its reach is international. In addition to Mexico, GINgroup has operations in the Dominican Republic, Panama, Colombia, Spain, Canada, Peru and the US. It is evaluating opening offices in Paraguay, Chile, Costa Rica, Honduras and Italy.