The global facility services provider has officially opened its new and permanent headquarter hub in the Polish capital of Warsaw.
Located close to the subway, the airport and many ISS customers, the company says the new office will play a vital role in its efforts to attract and retain the best talent.
Earlier this year, ISS welcomed its first employee to the new ISS Hub in Warsaw. Following the official opening yesterday (2 December), around 140 employees are now working from the new office at the revitalised Fabryka Norblina in the business district of Wola.
ISS will occupy the entire third floor in building A, covering 4000 square metres – which is well placed to cater for the planned 400 full time employees (FTEs) that will be working from the headquarter hub in the future.
The site was officially opened by ISS Group CEO Jacob Aarup-Andersen.
“I am very pleased with the opening of a new global headquarter hub here in Poland. It will play an important role in fulfilling our strategic ambitions and ensure that we have access to the best talent pool going forward. Furthermore, it will showcase our ISS services, focusing on new ways of working in a collaborative and innovative environment,” said AarupAndersen.
The new headquarter hub will supplement the existing global ISS head office in Buddinge, Denmark and the employees working in Warsaw will be representing various functions such as People & Culture, Finance, Supply Chain & Procurement and Global IT, Digitalisation & Services.