We want to offer our employees and clients the highest quality services. We strive to maintain the highest quality standards, which is confirmed by numerous certificates and participation in various professional organizations.

The EcoVadis certificate is an international award for companies that meet the highest requirements for social responsibility and sustainability. Companies are evaluated in four categories: environment, society, ethics, supply chain.

Worker Friendly Employment Agency
The certificate is awarded jointly by Confederation Lewiatan and The All-Poland Alliance of Trade Unions (OPZZ). The certificate is awarded to employment agencies that show above-average care for the quality of provided services, promote stable forms of employment and care for a high level of employee satisfaction.


We implement a responsible business strategy on many levels. We are a member of important organizations that contribute to business development, but also to protect the interests of employees and their work environment.

Polish HR Forum
Polish HR Forum is the most influential employers' organisation representing the employment agency market. Since 2002, it has been working to build an effective labour market by supporting the sustainable development of HR services in the broad sense. It is a recognised social partner in Poland and Europe.

Business Centre Club
The BCC is a prestigious business club for entrepreneurs and the country's largest statutory organisation of individual employers. There are 22 regional lodges throughout Poland. OTTO Work Force Central Europe belongs to the Opole Lodge of the BCC.

Netherlands-Poland Chamber of Commerce (NPCC)
The NPCC's mission is to work for the promotion and development of economic contacts between Poland and the Netherlands. The Chamber brings together companies actively involved in trade between Poland and the Netherlands, including all major Dutch investors in Poland, as well as many small and medium-sized enterprises.


While implementing our business strategy, we conduct a dialogue with employees and clients, and we invest in our own development. We have been recognized with prizes for this.

Ambassador of the Polish Economy
The Ambassador of the Polish Economy is an award granted by the Business Center Club. Its purpose is to honour entrepreneurs who achieve success on international markets, to promote good business practices in foreign contacts, as well as to strengthen cooperation between entrepreneurs and representatives of Polish institutions responsible for promoting the Polish economy, culture and social initiatives.

The European Medal
The European Medal is awarded annually by the Business Center Club to recognize services that stand out for outstanding quality and innovation. OTTO's services are honoured in each edition of the competition. 

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