We take care of our employees and the land they nurture by providing them with accessible health and educational services for a more sustainable lifestyle.
How we care
We’re committed to a sustainable development, not only as a business but as a community of people.
From our workers to their children, we offer support in their development as professionals and human beings.
Educational programs for the children of employees keep their artistic and athletic skills active all summer long.
Year round, our Wawa Wasi Rayito de Sol program works to stimulate the psychomotor, social and language skills of our employees’ young children.
In fact, we so value future generations that we offer expecting mothers on our workforce the services to ensure a healthy labor and postpartum experience.
.It’s important that our employees grow with us, which is why we’ve teamed up with universities in order to offer them financial support to continue their education.
We believe in a diverse workforce to reflect the community it serves, so we offer a wide range of job positions able to suit our employees’ needs and circumstances.
We care about providing healthy food to our customers, but it all begins with fostering the lifestyle and wellbeing of our employees first.
If you want a plant to grow, you give it love and care - and the same can be said for a team of workers! With educational and social programs geared towards improving their quality of life and happiness, our employees have our full support, on and off the field.
A close community of workers after a productive harvesting day
A proud harvester loads the fresh produce of the day into a special refrigerated truck
Vanessa Mamani drops off her 3 year-old son Michel at Wawa Wasi Rayito de Sol before heading to the fields
“Almost every member of my family has a job at Camposol,” says harvest supervisor Nancy Polo Boca Negra
“It’s important to work for our people and support them in every aspect of their lives,” says María Polo, an agent for the well-being of the staff
A harvester gives us some tips on how to pick the best berries from the bush
Diana Inga Yupanqui enjoys listening to her favorite music while she collects berries in the fields
Jorge Luis Arista begins his day making sure everything is on the right track