PETRONAS Wins Asia's Best Employer Brand Award
Malaysia's Petroliam Nasional Berhad (PETRONAS) announced Friday that it won the fifth Asia’s Best Employer Brand Awards 2014 at the Pan Pacific Hotel, Singapore, cementing the oil and gas multinational’s position as one of the most reputable employers in the industry and region.
On hand to receive the award on behalf of PETRONAS Senior Vice President of Group Human Resource Management, Raiha Azni Abdul Rahman was PETRONAS Head of Human Resource Transformation, Bernadine Sammy.
She received the trophy and certificate from the awards’ advisory board members Dr Sanjay Muthal, who is the executive director of RGF Management Search, and Ned Mody, who is the site head of Berkadia Services India.
“It came as a pleasant surprise to PETRONAS that we were granted the Asia’s Best Employer Brand Awards for 2014,” said Raiha Azni.
The prestigious award recognized PETRONAS for its relentless efforts and investment in enhancing its human capital development, as well as human resource practices, policies and strategies towards offering appealing value proposition to increasingly diverse talent segments.
“PETRONAS has always believed in ‘building own timber’ to ensure we have a sustainable pool of talent to support the future growth and expansion of our businesses,” said Raiha Azni.
“We are currently working on a number of initiatives to encourage educational foundations and capability development of our talent, as well as extending this to our local community as part of our corporate social responsibility in building pipeline of educated citizens.
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