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MENAFN - Arab News - 16/06/2014
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(MENAFN - Arab News) Procter & gamble near-east organization has been named as the third best employer in the mea by aon hewitt the global talent retirement and health solutions business of aon plc.

p&g was the top manufacturer fast moving consumer goods (fmcg) company and third overall in aon hewitt's 4th best employers of the middle east survey which reviewed hr practices in over 18 industries across the region through surveying over 30000 employees.

p&g's operations were recognized for the high level of employee engagement for the company's extensive work to both reward and retain talent for its focus on diversity and inclusion in the work force for the company's investments in talent development and for the many processes and tools utilized to develop employees through work experiences on-the-job training and coaching.

p&g was recognized as one of the best employers in the middle east by aon hewitt during the last three surveys in 2009 2011 and 2013.

'as a build-from-within company we firmly believe that our success depends — above all — on the quality of our people" said mohamed sultan gm procter & gamble near-east.

'this is a very big moment for p&g in the middle east and we are both proud and inspired by this award" he said.

the aon hewitt 2014 survey collected viewpoints from a sample of 30000 employees representing the views of a work force of over 60000 employees and inputs from hr leaders and business heads spanning across 18 industries in the region.

samir mardini beme study director and head of talent consulting at aon hewitt middle east said: 'the study has demonstrated the clear value of sustaining a high level of employee engagement which in turn increases business performance and profitability though a reduction in staff turnover and a dedicated and productive work force."


 


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