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Morocco’s Best Employers in 2018

Morocco’s Best Employers in 2018

Rabat – The “Best Employers in Morocco 2018”  was revealed on Wednesday in Casablanca, during a gala evening that brought together Moroccan and multinational companies competing for the title in the kingdom.

Initiated by the American Institute Best Companies Group, this program pays tribute to companies that offer the best work environment.

The ranking of the best employers program in Morocco is determined by a study conducted across Moroccan companies of all sizes and sectors.

For each participating company, a number of employees are invited to answer a questionnaire concerning their perception of working conditions, company culture, HR management, career development, compensation and professional recognition.

The first prize in the “big business” category was awarded to Resolution Call, a subsidiary of a leading French group in the telecommunications and internet access market.

Téléperformance Maroc received the title of second best employer in Morocco for its excellent work environment, in addition to its world-class customer service.

Webhelp Maroc, a leader in outsourced customer relationship management with more than 9,000 employees, came in third place this year.

Meanwhile, Comdata Group is ranked the fourth best employer in Morocco, asa leader in outsourced call center services and customer relations.

“Our human capital is our strength and pride, this belief is part of our core values ??that define our working methods and the relationships we have with our employees,” said Mohamed Anis, Human Resources Director of Comdata Group.

Nestlé, a company operating in the agri-food sector, is ranked fifth best employer in Morocco. “Respect for employees, consumers and our customers is one of our greatest values,” said Bruno Le Cicle, CEO of Nestlé Morocco.

In the “Small and Medium Enterprises” (SME) category, the first prize was awarded to Vivo Energy, a company that specializes in fuel storage and distribution.

The second position was awarded to the Moroccan specialist in electronic payment HPS. Its CEO, Brahim Berrada, said that “the motivation and the well-being of our employees are the key factors of the sustainable performance of the group.”

Promamec, the third best employer in Morocco. It is a company specializing in the manufacturing and distribution of medical and paramedical devices.

The fourth prize went to Hilti Morocco, a world leader in the design, manufacture, and marketing of high-value products, while the fifth prize was awarded to Arval, a company specializing in long-term rental vehicles.

The sixth prize went to MASEN, a Moroccan publicly held company and a key player in the renewable energy sector through its Noor solar power facility near Ouarzazate.

The seventh prize in this category was awarded to the Banque Populaire Group, a Moroccan multinational bank chain.

Roche, a subsidiary of the Swiss pharmaceutical group F. Hoffman, is the eighth best employer in the SME category. “We are committed every day to the equality and well-being of our employees,” said Bart Vanhauwere, Managing Director of Roche Maroc.

An operations and maintenance company, Nomac, came in ninth place. “We value our employees and provide a workplace in which competent and dedicated professionals can flourish,” said Kamal Sid, General Manager of Nomac Morocco.

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