And so applicants could better focus on the labor market, the Top Employers Institute, the headquarters of which is located in Amsterdam, since 1991 engaged in the certification of companies in the field of personnel management and evaluates the working conditions they create for their employees.
“To become the acknowledged best employer, the organization must prove that the implementation of its strategy in respect of staff benefits to its employees. The participants of our rating is a Prime example of companies that are focused on the continuous empowerment of their employees”, —
said General Director of the Institute’s best employers David Plink.
For the fifth consecutive year in the ranking of the best employers, according to the Top Employers Institute, gets Kazakhstan company LLP “Philip Morris Kazakhstan”. For each employee, it creates an individual development plan, then in accordance with his capabilities and wishes to develop those key competencies that will be useful for further professional and personal growth.
It is also important that the company enables employees to gain business experience in other countries of presence “Philip Morris international”, because it is part of a larger international structure and to some extent, this brings to the Kazakhstan market of world standards and the most advanced and modern technologies in the field of personnel management.
By the way, the Top Employer is not the only international recognition of this company as an employer. Last year, “Philip Morris Kazakhstan” has passed international certification EQUAL-SALARY, and became the first company in the country, received confirmation that it applies the same principles in pay between men and women, and the professional contribution of employees is valued equally, regardless of their gender.
In short, it turns out that the conditions of that employer is not just good, but also equal for all, and fully comply with the principle of gender equity. And most importantly, all this is international confirmation.
Well, it is hoped that the number of Kazakh companies in international rankings will continue to grow. I would very much like to see similar approach in the Kazakhstan labor market has become not the exception but the rule.