Vodafone tops list of best place to work in Egypt this year

Vodafone Egypt, part of the British multinational telecommunications conglomerate, has topped the list of the best places to work for in Egypt for 2019.

The annual prestigious Best Places To Work program recognizes leading employers around the world and provides employers the opportunity to learn more about the engagement and the satisfaction of their employees and honor those who deliver an outstanding work experience, nurture and develop talent throughout all levels of the organization, and which strive to continuously optimize employment practices.

Vodafone Egypt received outstanding scores across several aspects of their workplace such as leadership, learning and development and culture recognizing the company’s commitment to ensure exciting career prospects for their employees, attracting the best talent with outstanding conditions and making continuous efforts to develop their people and open up their opportunities.

“Vodafone has been working hard to create a culture where everyone feels included and inspired to be at their best, and it is always looking to improve – particularly in three key areas: building a digital talent base, investing in future digital talent, and creating a diverse and inclusive workplace,” said Alexandre Froment-Curtil, CEO of Vodafone Egypt.

“Vodafone Egypt has proudly become one of the best places to work over the years not only in Egypt, but also in Africa, through hard work, people focused and forward thinking strategies; earning its place in the hearts and minds of its employees,” said Nagla Kinawi, Vodafone HR Director.

“The results prove once again that the employees of Vodafone Egypt are proud to work for the company in an environment where everyone feels enabled to contribute to the company success,” said Hamza Idrissi, Program Manager for Egypt.

The Best Places To Work Programme certifies and recognizes leading workplaces in many countries including leading programmes in Africa, Europe, Middle East and Asia.

The program focuses on 8 Workplace factors including workplace culture, opportunities for growth and overall employee satisfaction with the company’s people practices. An HR audit is also conducted to examine HR Practices within the organization.

The certification is only granted to companies that achieve the highest quality standards in human resources management.

Source: Africa Business Communities