Robotisation and digitalisation

In part as a response to the additional impulse generated by the KPIs in the dashboard for innovation and digitalisation, ways of effectively deploying robots are being investigated. The production process is now inconceivable without robots: their use for repetitive and/or demanding physical work relieves the burden on colleagues. The use of lifting equipment to further reduce that burden contributes to our objective of sustainable employment.

But robotisation is also useful in the office. The first 'virtual employee' started work recently. This robot performs a number of administrative tasks of a repetitive nature. In order to make more use of the software purchased, there will be a further analysis of repetitive work in 2020.

ROTO Idea Box

ROTO encourages people to submit ideas. That is why good ideas are rewarded with a bonus or an incentive. A KPI is linked to the idea box in order to further encourage the innovative culture at ROTO. The incentive bonus will be increased in 2020.

Good ideas are rewarded

The innovation prize for the best idea in 2019 was recently awarded to a colleague from Staco Nederland. A patent has even been requested and obtained for this winning idea.

Other HR matters

Rules relating to conduct are agreed with employees as part of the terms of employment. They are set out in regulations, policies and codes of conduct, including a ROTO code of conduct that is published on the Internet. Employees know what conduct is required from them in terms of transparency, accountability and integrity, and the management must, above all, consistently give a good example.

Roto B.V. applies the provisions of the mitigated two-tier regime and it has had a Supervisory Board consisting of three persons since December 2019. That is because one member of the Supervisory Board left the board in December 2019. The aim is to achieve a balanced ratio of men to women and this issue will be addressed again at the time of the next appointment or re-appointment. There have been no changes in the management of Roto B.V.

As ROTO’s result depends partly on its employees, ROTO wishes to thank its employees for their unceasing education, commitment, critical attitude, team spirit, flexibility, humour and inspiration.

“ROTO thanks all its employees for their dedication and commitment.

Robotisation and digitalisation

In part as a response to the additional impulse generated by the KPIs in the dashboard for innovation and digitalisation, ways of effectively deploying robots are being investigated. The production process is now inconceivable without robots: their use for repetitive and/or demanding physical work relieves the burden on colleagues. The use of lifting equipment to further reduce that burden contributes to our objective of sustainable employment.

But robotisation is also useful in the office. The first 'virtual employee' started work recently. This robot performs a number of administrative tasks of a repetitive nature. In order to make more use of the software purchased, there will be a further analysis of repetitive work in 2020.

ROTO Idea Box

ROTO encourages people to submit ideas. That is why good ideas are rewarded with a bonus or an incentive. A KPI is linked to the idea box in order to further encourage the innovative culture at ROTO. The incentive bonus will be increased in 2020.

Good ideas are rewarded

The innovation prize for the best idea in 2019 was recently awarded to a colleague from Staco Nederland. A patent has even been requested and obtained for this winning idea.

Other HR matters

Rules relating to conduct are agreed with employees as part of the terms of employment. They are set out in regulations, policies and codes of conduct, including a ROTO code of conduct that is published on the Internet. Employees know what conduct is required from them in terms of transparency, accountability and integrity, and the management must, above all, consistently give a good example.

Roto B.V. applies the provisions of the mitigated two-tier regime and it has had a Supervisory Board consisting of three persons since December 2019. That is because one member of the Supervisory Board left the board in December 2019. The aim is to achieve a balanced ratio of men to women and this issue will be addressed again at the time of the next appointment or re-appointment. There have been no changes in the management of Roto B.V.

As ROTO’s result depends partly on its employees, ROTO wishes to thank its employees for their unceasing education, commitment, critical attitude, team spirit, flexibility, humour and inspiration.

“ROTO thanks all its employees for their dedication and commitment.