For this certification, the company relied on employee feedback, as well as an independent and rigorous review of its Human Resources (HR) policies and practices. The survey focused on employee satisfaction in relation to a number of factors including workplace culture as well as opportunities for growth and people practises.
When it comes to workplace attributes like learning and development, leadership, talent strategy, culture, and career and succession planning, Ooredoo’s 82% score is exceptional. With this award, Ooredoo joins a select group of globally renowned businesses devoted to excellence in HR and committed to preserving the best standards in the workplace, including Microsoft, IBM, Cisco, Accenture, Nestle, and Coca-Cola.
“We are extremely proud of this achievement, as a firm commitment to recruiting, training and developing the next generation of talent from within the markets in which we operate is a key pillar of our corporate strategy. We will strive to continually improve our people practices to increase employee engagement which, in turn, will help generate higher satisfaction for our customers. We look forward to continuing to demonstrate our commitment to our people in the years to come,” said Sheikh Mohammed Bin Abdulla Bin Mohammed Al Thani– Deputy Group Chief Executive Officer and Chief Executive Officer of Ooredoo Qatar.
“I am extremely pleased to receive this recognition on behalf of our employees. This certification reiterates our core belief in driving business excellence through our people,” said Chief Human Resource Officer at Ooredoo Qatar, Eman Mubarak Al Khater. Ooredoo Qatar joins Ooredoo Oman, Ooredoo Maldives, and Ooredoo Algeria as Best Places to Work in the Ooredoo Group.