Top Stories of 2018: Asia’s favourite workplaces
In just about two weeks, the world will be excitedly ushering in 2019 – but until then, these last few weeks aren’t just a time for year-end festivities, but also for a reflection of the 12 months just past.
Here on hrmasia.com, over the next week, we’ll be recapping this year’s biggest stories – the news that has impacted you, our readers, the most, and which has made the largest waves in the business world and beyond.
To kick things off: Some of our most popular stories for 2018 were employer rankings, from Great Place To Work’s list of best workplaces, to Universum’s graduate rankings.
Their popularity demonstrates that there is no small amount of interest in the total employee experience, and how an organisation is perceived by its talent.
Below, we’ve rounded these stories up for your easy perusal.
- Singapore’s best workplaces for 2018, according to Great Place To Work
Salesforce and Intuit emerged as Singapore’s Best Workplaces, topping this year’s list for Medium and Large Organisations, and Small Organisations, respectively. The list recognised 13 organisations with exceptional people and workplace culture practices.
- Malaysia’s most attractive companies revealed by Randstad
In this Randstad ranking, some 75 firms were voted by job seekers as the companies they most want to work for this year. Entrants include Carlsberg and Genting.
- Aon’s best employers in Asia-Pacific 2018
Aon named the best employers in Singapore, India, Australia, and New Zealand for 2018. DBS Bank topped the list in both India and Singapore, and was additionally announced as the Regional Best Employer 2018 for Asia-Pacific.
- Big Americans named world’s most attractive employers
According to Universum, graduating students around the world – from across both business, and engineering and IT faculties – overwhelmingly viewed Google as the dream employer-of-choice.
For more of 2018’s biggest stories, click here: Top Stories of 2018