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HR and recruitment agency Randstad announced the top 75 most attractive commercial employers in Singapore, based on their global 2019 Randstad Employer Brand Research.

The annual Randstad Employer Brand Research is an independent study commissioned by Randstad and conducted by Kantar TNS, the release said.

More than 2,500 employees and jobseekers were surveyed in Singapore this year.

The research aimed to find out what jobseekers look for in an ideal employer and measured their perception of the 75 largest commercial employers based on the local workforce size.

The study also evaluated brand awareness and attractiveness of each commercial company, and respondents have to rate the employers on 10 employee value proposition drivers such as ‘work-life balance’, ‘financial health’, and ‘career progression opportunities’.

The top three winners of the Singapore 2018 Randstad Employer Brand Awards are:

  1. Changi Airport Group
  2. Singapore Airlines
  3. Procter & Gamble

DBS Bank clinched the title for most attractive banking and financial services company to work for; Shell for the Engineering, Construction and Oil & Gas segment; and Thermo Fisher Scientific for the life sciences segment.

Here is Randstad’s list of Top 75 Most Attractive Commercial Companies in 2019 (in alphabetical order):

  1. 3M
  2. ABB
  3. Accenture
  4. ACCOR Hotels *NEW*
  6. Bank of America Merrill Lynch
  7. BNP Paribas
  8. Breadtalk Group
  9. CapitaLand
  10. Changi Airport Group
  11. Citibank
  12. Continental Automotive
  13. Cushman & Wakefield
  14. Dairy Farm International
  15. DBS
  16. Deloitte
  17. Deutsche Bank
  18. Dnata
  19. Edwards Lifesciences
  20. Ernst & Young
  21. ExxonMobil
  22. Far East Organization
  23. General Electric
  24. GlaxoSmithKline
  26. Great Eastern
  27. HP Enterprise
  28. HSBC
  29. IBM
  30. Infineon Technologies
  31. InterContinental Hotels Group
  32. Johnson & Johnson
  33. JP MorganChase
  34. Kentucky Fried Chicken
  35. Keppel Corporation
  36. KPMG
  37. MapleTree Group
  38. Marina Bay Sands
  39. MayBank
  40. McDonald’s
  41. MediaCorp
  42. Medtronic
  43. Nestlé *NEW*
  44. Novartis
  45. NTUC Fairprice
  46. NTUC Income
  47. OCBC Bank
  48. Panasonic Asia Pacific
  49. Pratt and Whitney
  50. Procter & Gamble
  51. Prudential *NEW*
  52. PSA International
  53. PwC
  54. Resorts World Sentosa
  55. Rotary Engineering
  56. SATS
  57. Schneider Electric
  58. Seagate
  59. Sembcorp
  60. Shell
  61. Sheng Siong
  62. Siemens
  63. Singapore Airlines
  64. Singapore Press Holdings
  65. SingPost
  66. Singtel
  67. Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation *NEW*
  68. Standard Chartered Bank
  69. Starhub
  70. STATS ChipPAC
  71. ST Engineering
  72. Surbana Jurong
  73. Thermo Fisher Scientific
  74. UBS AG
  75. UOB

The list includes homegrown enterprises like Far East Organisation, Breadtalk Group, Infineon Technologies, and Sheng Siong, among others.

Alibaba Group and Prudential are some of the new and notable entries on the list, and could be a hint on who to look out for this year.

Featured Image Credit: Smart Investor / Aspire / Phys.org

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