Latest ČEZ NEWS (11/2014) just released
- Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs operates a ČEZ electric car
- Heat for Prague
- Successful WANO mission to Dukovany
- Electronic leaving form
- Bronze EFFIE Award goes to ČEZ
- Dukovany Info Centre gets a facelift
- Nuclear supervision authorizes Units 3 and 4 at Temelín
- European Council adopts 2030 climate & energy targets
- ČEZ seen as a good employer and neighbour in Poland
What do you think of working for ČEZ?
We have a close relation with what we do; many of us consider it our mission. Thanks to that, and perhaps thanks to the superb conditions, our interviews with a hundred of employees have proved you consider ČEZ to be a good employer.
On the threshold of a new era
Daniel Beneš, CEO, spent the end of October and the beginning of November travelling. He visited eight regions where he talked about CEZ Group’s situation with colleagues from all divisions, units, power plants and subsidiaries. More than five thousand of us took the opportunity to meet our CEO.
We’ll set up our selling activities as our customers need
How to deal with risk
Most of us do not realize that we face risk every day, in our personal and professional lives. Risk management at CEZ Group is the job of a team of nine colleagues led by Radim Sladkovský from Finance.
A day with
technician, Electric Stations, ČEZ Distribuční služby
Unique expertise and experience in one place
We preserve our employees’ skills, experience and expertise thanks to a knowledge portal.
Defenders of our Albanian investment
ČEZ faced a loss of all invested funds and long, costly international arbitration in Albania. Yet the team that negotiated with the Albanians managed to overcome this and get back EUR 100 million.
“We’ve improved efficiency and cut operating costs. But we want to achieve more in the long run: to work with people to improve their level of motivation, performance, initiative and mutual cooperation,” says Josef Lejček, Head of HR.
On a visit
Billions and pencils
We all come into contact with our colleagues from procurement units, either directly or indirectly. Non-Core Services and Materials Procurement purchases virtually everything that is not directly related to just production, distribution, sales of electricity or mining.