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The 10 brands Malaysians would be most proud to work for

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Social media giant, Facebook is the brand people in Malaysia would be proudest to work for, found YouGov’s latest BrandIndex.

The social media giant topped the Employer Reputation ranking with a score of 51.7, comfortably ahead of auto manufacturers Mercedes Benz (43.7) and BMW (43.2) – in second and third positions respectively. The fourth spot was taken by online retailer, Lazada took fourth spot (41.9) followed by financial services brand Maybank (41.1)

top 10 brands (YouGov)

 

YouGov also revealed a list of top ten improvers, topped by Huawei. The telecommunications giant improved by +11.3 points over the past year.

Global fast food chain McDonalds (+6.6) came in second followed by car maker Proton (+6.5). Social media platform Instagram (+5.7) and auto manufacturer Perodua (+5.4) rounded up the top five.

10 most improved brands (YouGov)

 

Every day, YouGov asks people in Malaysia whether they would be proud or embarrassed to work at 368 brands. This forms a brand’s ‘Employer Brand Reputation’ score. The above rankings are based on a year’s worth of data to 30 April 2018.

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