Hewitt launches 'Best Employer' study
Dubai, September 15, 2010
Hewitt Associates, a global human resources services company, has announced the launch of the Hewitt Best Employers in Middle East 2011 study.
The study provides insights into alignment of people practices to business. It enables an organisation to measure the effectiveness of its people practices, and identifies a shortlist of the Hewitt Best Employers in Middle East 2011.
The study is a part of the Hewitt Best Employers in APAC 2011 study, which spans 11 markets including Australia/New Zealand, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand, said a statement.
Organizations can now register and participate in the largest employee research project of its kind, expected to represent the views of almost two hundred thousand employees across the region, it said.
Smita Anand, regional director, Asia Pacific Consulting, Hewitt Associates, said: “With the Hewitt Best Employers APAC 2011 study, we complete a decade of the study in the APAC region. With this study we shall continue our endeavour to drive cutting-edge people practices through research and analytics on contemporary industry trends.”
Hewitt Best Employers are selected by an independent judging panel comprising leading academics and eminent business leaders. Participation is strictly confidential. Only the organizations that are named Hewitt Best Employers are identified publicly.
Samir Mardini, talent and performance solution leader, Middle East and South Asia, Hewitt Associates, said: 'The inaugural Best Employers in Middle East 2009 study successfully represented views of over 150,000 employees across the Middle East region. This representation made it the largest employee research project in the Middle East.”
Companies can register their interest to participate in the study by visiting www.hewitt.com/bestemployersmiddleeast - TradeArabia News Service
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