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Rank: Best remuneration consultants in Singapore and Malaysia



Don't miss the opportunity to shout about your successes in recruitment and talent acquisition - the Asia Recruitment Awards is
the only regional awards to celebrate the best in-house teams and recruitment solution providers.
Entries open until 8 February 2019! Enter your entries now »

Amid a challenging business environment, HR and remunerations teams are pressured more than ever to develop strategies that drive optimal employee performance for organisations to stay competitive.

At the HR Vendors of the Year 2017 awards held in Singapore, Malaysia, and Hong Kong, Winners and finalists in the Best Remuneration Consultant category have successfully worked with organisations to design compensation plans, including salaries, bonuses, stock, awards and incentives. They have showed that such compensation plans with tangible rewards have proven to be successful – by building an effective employee communication strategy that gets regular feedback from employees and employers. Let’s have a look at who they are.

Best Remuneration Consultants in Singapore:

Gold Willis Towers Watson
Silver Mercer
Bronze RGF

Finalists (in alphabetical order):

Carrots Consulting
Kelly Singapore

ALSO VIEW: Photos from HR Vendors of the Year 2017 awards, Singapore

Best Remuneration Consultants in Malaysia:

Gold Mercer
Silver Willis Towers Watson
Bronze Bo Le Associates

Finalists (in alphabetical order):

Adecco Personnel

ALSO VIEW: Photos from HR Vendors of the Year 2017 awards, Malaysia



Don't miss the opportunity to shout about your successes in recruitment and talent acquisition - the Asia Recruitment Awards is
the only regional awards to celebrate the best in-house teams and recruitment solution providers.
Entries open until 22 February 2019! Enter your entries now »

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