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Union Bank, Google, Shell, others lead Jobberman’s ‘Best 100 companies to work for’

The recently released 2016 Jobberman’s ‘Best 100 Companies to Work For’ list, which is in its third edition, focuses on recognising and celebrating top employers in Nigeria.

 

Rated by employees and professionals, the list provides an insight to job seekers on companies they should have their eyes on, for employment and career growth, as well as providing opportunities for business prospecting.

 

The top 5 positions this year were taken up by international companies – General Electric, Airtel, Ericsson, Google and Shell – while locally set up organisations took up the 6th to 10th positions.

 

Union Bank, which celebrates its 100th anniversary this year took up the 9th position on the list of companies,moving up 24 places from 33rd place in the 2015 list. This ranking reinforces a number of awards they’ve received in the past year, especially the “Best Contributing Employer in Human Resources in 2015″ award they received from the Industrial Training Fund (ITF) in August 2016.

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It was observed that companies with a consistent commitment to employee welfare, training, work-life balance, good salary packages and an equal opportunity policy took up the top positions. Union Bank for example is known to invest heavily in ensuring it is a great place to work so its employees can give their best to deliver the incredible transformation currently going on in the bank.

 

Jobberman.com conducted online surveys with experts across all industries utilising its 2 million+ database of entry-level job seekers and seasoned professionals; as well as reaching out through email, social media, and partner channels. The survey captured questions on work experience, salary parameters and working conditions.

 

The Jobberman’s ‘Best 100 Companies To Work For’ list provides a comprehensive rating of employee satisfaction and commitment to different employers in Nigeria.

It is a good reminder to organisations that their growth and innovation depends on building an engaged, collaborative and committed workforce.

 

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Here is the List

  1. General Electric
  2. Airtel
  3. Ericsson
  4. Google
  5. Shell
  6. Guaranty Trust bank
  7. First Bank
  8. Andela
  9. Union Bank of Nigeria
  10. Konga
  11. Nestle Nigeria PLC
  12. Integrated Corporate Services Limited (ICSL)
  13. Cool FM Lagos
  14. Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)
  15. Leadway Pensure PFA Limited
  16. Chevron
  17. KPMG
  18. Nigerian Bottling company Limited
  19. UAC PLC
  20. Courteville Business Solutions PLC
  21. Exxon Mobil PLC
  22. Nigerian Port Authority (NPA)
  23. Nigerian Breweries PLC
  24. Institute of Human Virology Nigeria
  25. Central Bank of Nigeria
  26. AXA  Mansard Insurance PLC
  27. Access Bank PLC
  28. Lafarge Cement WAPCO PLC
  29. Public and Private Development Centre Limited (PPDC)
  30. Nigeria LNG Limited
  31. Dangote Group
  32. Aluko & Oyebode
  33. Insight Communications Limited
  34. Honeywell Flour Mills PLC
  35. MediaReach OMD Limited
  36. Total PLC
  37. IBM
  38. SystemSpecs Limited
  39. Seplat Petroleum Development Company PLC
  40. Interswitch
  41. CHI Limited – TGI Group
  42. Cummins West Africa Limited
  43. BUA Group
  44. APIN Public Health Initiatives
  45. Reckitt Benckiser
  46. Guinness PLC
  47. UNFPA
  48. MTN
  49. Huawei
  50. Maersk
  51. Accion Microfinance Bank
  52. Wema Bank PLC
  53. Zenith Bank PLC
  54. British Tobacco Company
  55. United Nations (UN)
  56. Procter & Gamble
  57. Levant Construction Limited
  58. Microsoft
  59. Unilever PLC
  60. World Bank
  61. Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC)
  62. British Airways
  63. Seamfix Nigeria Limited
  64. Aggreko Project International
  65. Jumia
  66. DHL Express
  67. World Health Organisation (WHO)
  68. GlaxoSmithKline (GSK)
  69. Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS)
  70. Etisalat
  71. Mastercard
  72. ECOWAS
  73. iROKO Partners
  74. Fidelity bank PLC
  75. Agip Oil Company Limited
  76. Lagos TV (LTV)
  77. Nigerian Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC)
  78. Sahara Group
  79. US Embassy
  80. AIICO Insurance PLC
  81. IHS Nigeria Limited
  82. Deloitte
  83. Schlumberger Nigeria
  84. Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN)
  85. Globacom
  86. Africa Finance Corporation
  87. Nigerdock Nigeria PLC
  88. Accenture
  89. Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC)
  90. Standard Chartered Bank
  91. FHI 360
  92. Flour Mills of Nigeria PLC
  93. Federal Civil Service Commission
  94. Uber
  95. African Development Bank
  96. Sanofi Pharmaceutical company
  97. Addax Petroleum
  98. Nepal Oil and Gas Services Ltd
  99. Cadbury PLC
  100. APM Terminals

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2 comments

abraham olushola March 17, 2017 at 7:13 am

nice one dear

ogaidor March 19, 2017 at 8:47 pm

is good to do so

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