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Most attractive employers in Singapore 2023

Most attractive employers in Singapore 2023

Danaher Corporation and ExxonMobil are new entrants in the ranking of top 10 most attractive employers in workers' perceptions.

Singapore Airlines (SIA) has been voted Singapore's 'most attractive employer in 2023, according to Randstad's Employer Brand Research.

This is the sixth time SIA has held the spot, the most recent being in 2020.

The full list of the top 10 most attractive employers in Singapore are as follows:

  1. Singapore Airlines
  2. Danaher Corporation
  3. Changi Airport Group
  4. Pratt & Whitney
  5. Edwards Lifesciences
  6. Marina Bay Sands
  7. Procter & Gamble
  8. Dyson
  9. DBS
  10. ExxonMobil

The survey rated firms on their relative employer brand awareness and attractiveness, and involved inputs by 2,753 respondents locally. The top attractiveness score was 69.15 out of a maximum of 100, which is 9.49 higher than the previous year.

Compared to 2022, Danaher Corporation improved the most in attractiveness score, gaining 13.05 points in a year. In particular, two other companies that have recorded more than 10-point gain in a year are Changi Airport Group and ExxonMobil, increasing their scores by 10.84 and 10.86 respectively. Both Danaher Corporation and ExxonMobil are new entrants in this year’s top 10 most attractive companies to work for in Singapore.

On an industry level, the life sciences sector was ranked first out of ten industries to work in, receiving a majority of votes with 59.2 points out of 100, recording a 6.4-point increase in points compared to last year.

As identified in the research, the top three most attractive industries to work for in Singapore in 2023 are:

1.Life sciences
2. Hospitality and recreation
3. Services (security, facilities & catering)

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