KUCHING: Naim Holdings Bhd, one of Malaysia’s leading developers and contractors, was adjudged a winner of the Malaysia Best Employer Brand Awards, joining the ranks of Malaysia’s Top 50 employer brands.
The award marked the group’s second consecutive win of the coveted award.
Naim’s head of group human resources Andrew Chan said the award recognised the group’s continued commitment and efforts in human capital development and management.
“At Naim, we believe in enhancing our workforce members, known as Valued Partners, in their growth professionally, personally and emotionally. This is based on the philosophy that better people, from the aspect of capability, values and mindset, will contribute immensely towards the creation of a happy and positive work environment, adding value to our group’s growth ultimately,” he said in a press statement.
“More importantly, our initiatives in honing Valued Partners’ talents, creativity and execution power, inculcating our group’s core values, and promoting total employee wellness reaffirm our commitment to developing our people to be the best they can be.”
He said the team was indeed humbled by the award which required all its unwavering effort and commitment to win.
The Malaysia Best Employer Brand Awards seek to recognise organisations achieving excellence in human resources management by translating and combining vision with action and human resource (HR) strategy, building and meshing HR strategy with the business and cultivating competencies for the future towards creating future-ready organisations.
The 2017 awards was hosted by the Employer Branding Institute, World HRD Congress and Stars of the Industry Group, and endorsed by the Asian Confederation of Businesses.
The Source: The Borneo Post