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The Way We Work

Organizational Structure

Instead of an organizational structure based on hierarchy, we established a multidimensional organization that allows us to communicate rapidly and clearly. The teams formed by the employees working in the different areas and the departments with the colleagues performing in the same field led our organizational structure to evolve in a nested matrix form. Thus, in Kartaca a marketing specialist and a software developer can work on the same problem in a coordinated way. In addition to this, our application and service developers take part in the same department for the continuity of their methodological and personal development. Due to the nature of our organizational structure and the products/solutions we offer, our tasks are directly linked to each other, and we need to work together as a team for most of the day. Therefore, it is crucial in Kartaca for all team members to communicate clearly with each other and complete the assigned tasks on time.

Working Hours and Break Entitlement

We perform efficiently during working hours instead of exhausting for long hours, and in the evenings we take time to ourselves and our family.

In line with our efficiency and quality policy, we have created an original working order and organizational structure. All members of Kartaca can arrange their weekly schedule by assigning 40 hours of work per week and arriving between 08:00 and 10:00 on weekdays. Any of our colleagues can handle their private affairs during the day by planning the tasks with their friends within the team. Access to the office and exit times from the office is monitored by the fingerprint reading system during the day so that our daily working time is calculated. Although it may be thought of as an unusual system at first, it may be more advantageous for people who do not have the habit of taking long breaks during the day compared to the fixed entry hours. For example, an employee who arrives at 08:00 in the morning and completes the daily working time can leave the office at 16:00.

As much as we value the work, we also care about resting and refreshing.

Each employee who has completed one year in Kartaca is entitled to 15 working days/3 full weeks of break.

Performance Management

Team Targets and Personal Goal Setting

All employees who have passed the trial period have goals that are expected to be carried out every 5 months with and without the team. Team goals are determined by the team members, the business development, strategy, sales and marketing departments’ mutual demands, and priorities. However, personal objectives are decided by talking to the employees individually within the department.

Performance Evaluation and Rewarding

At the end of each 5-months period, whether the goals are realized or not, the supervisor of the goal is evaluated by him/herself and the management. Furthermore, at the end of each 5 months, the salary increase is realized (2 times a year) depending on the ratio of the completed targets and a premium is paid on the salary.

Training Policy

Specific Training Share for Everyone

It is essential for us to follow the constantly changing and transforming technology closely, to improve ourselves continuously. We know that the more our employees make progress, the more our company can go forward. Therefore, we accumulate a training share for each of our employees in proportion to the time they have worked with us. We aim to encourage our employees to participate in external training programs. All of our employees can use their training share to participate in various forms of training as desired. In cases where the training share is insufficient, they may request an advance.

A Constantly Enriching Library

With the monthly budget allocated independently of the training; we enrich the company library by supplying new books and magazines requested by our employees in line with their roles, needs, and interests. Currently, Kartaca library has more than 300 books.

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