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Changi Airport Group, Singapore Airlines, and Procter & Gamble, have been crowned the top three employers Singaporean job seekers want to work for, Randstad found.
Responding to queries by Human Resources, Randstad exclusively revealed the 10 most attractive employers in Singapore.
1. Changi Airport Group
2. Singapore Airlines
3. Procter & Gamble
4. Marina Bay Sands
6. Pratt and Whitney
7. RC Hotels
8. Thermo Fisher Scientific
10. DBS Bank
Randstad’s Employer Brand Research revealed, these commercial companies received the highest attractiveness scores in the employer brand research.
This being Changi Airport Group’s second time taking the number one spot as the Most Attractive Employer in Singapore, Lee Seow Hiang, chief executive officer at Changi Airport Group said in the media release: “We are immensely honoured to be recognised once again as the most attractive Employer in Singapore. Our people are the defining factor behind Changi Airport’s success and this award is particularly meaningful as an encouragement for us to continue to invest in our people and make Changi Airport Group a great company to work in.”
The research also revealed the companies the highest attractiveness scores within three industries – engineering, construction, oil and gas; life sciences; and banking and financial services. These were Shell, Thermo Fisher Scientific, and DBS Bank respectively.
The Randstad Employer Brand Research analysed the attractiveness of 5,755 companies in 30 countries, surveying more than 175,000 respondents.
Jaya Dass, country director at Randstad Singapore said: “Companies are becoming increasingly aware of the impact that a positive and powerful employer brand has on their human capital strategies. In order to meet the increasing and changing employee expectations, companies have to be agile, flexible and bold to take big strides toward digital innovation and transformation.”
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