Dell EMC #8 on Singapore 2016 Best Companies to Work For
Singapore | The Great Place to Work®Institute Singapore has ranked Dell EMC Singapore #8 on the ‘Singapore 2016 Best Companies to Work For’ list.
The world’s most desirable workplaces
One of the world’s most comprehensive studies of workplace culture, the study measures the behaviors and the environment that forms the underpinning of the world’s most desirable workplaces and successful businesses through 58 specific metrics embedded in a Trust Index© Employee Survey, as well as a Culture Audit© Management Questionnaire of its company culture and people practices. Companies cannot be included in the list unless a clear majority of their employees considers their organisation to be a great workplace.
A critical step towards becoming a successful HR Business Partner
HCI’s The Strategic HR Business Partner Certification
Earlier this year, Dell EMC was ranked #4 multinational best workplace in Asia Pacific and Japan, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates – as part of the Best Workplaces in Asia 2016 list by Great Place To Work®, making the organisation part of an elite list of 60 companies from 900 that were evaluated in nine countries across Asia.
Companies cannot be included in the list unless a clear majority of their employees considers their organisation to be a great workplace.
Working towards a common vision
“Dell EMC is a company with a diverse team of people working towards a common vision – a confluence of talent, values and inspiration. This is an organisation where the voices of the team define the work experience,” said Great Place to Work® Institute Singapore.
“The ‘You Define’ campaign is a ground-driven initiative that seeks to create a sense of connection and purpose for team members, celebrating each individual’s contribution to the business. It also creates opportunities for team members to participate in projects important to them, such as CSR and sustainability efforts.”
Globally, EMC was recently listed as a Great Place to Work ranking #4 in the “World’s Best Multinational Workplaces” category, moving up two places from its position of #6 in 2015.
The World’s Best Multinational Workplaces are chosen from a pool of one thousand multinational subsidiaries that appeared on at least five national Best Workplaces lists, conducted in countries ranging from Brazil to Turkey to Korea. See the global list of the 25 World’s Best Multinational Workplaces here.
If you think this post is interesting, please share using the buttons below!
Rejoicing headline image courtesy Mokra of freeimages.com
#work #workplace #HR #talent
You must be logged in to post a comment.
There are no commentsAdd yours