A US group has ranked the Moroccan businesses that offer the best working conditions.
Rabat – The Best Places to Work (BPW) 2019 program has ranked large and small enterprises in Morocco for their work conditions and presented its winners on Tuesday evening in Casablanca at its eighth awards ceremony. The event brought together representatives of Moroccan companies and multinationals based in Morocco.
Morocco’s unemployed population may be in luck if they have expertise in the automotive, telecommunications, tech or banking industries, as several companies in those areas ranked as top employers.
The BPW program, initiated by the American Best Companies Group, honors organizations in 60 countries that provide the “best” working conditions for their employees.
Faurecia Kenitra won first place for “excellent working conditions” this year. The company works in automotive equipment design and production.
Second place in the category went to Resolution Call. The company, which was number one in the 2018 awards, specializes in the telecommunications and internet access markets.
Teleperformance Maroc and Comdata Maroc both came in third place.
Teleperformance, a subsidiary of the French multinational Teleperformance company, works in the outsourcing of business processes. Comdata Morocco is a call center and customer relations company.
Menara Holding, a multi-subsidiary group active in real estate and organizing sports events, among other things, took fifth place.
Alten Maroc, a subsidiary of a French multinational company operating in technology services several countries, ranked sixth.
Faurecia Sale, a factory of the France-based automotive supplier Faurecia Group in Morocco, came seventh.
Finally, Decathlon Morocco, the French trading and sports distribution company, came in eighth place.
In the small businesses category, Hilti Maroc, the subsidiary of the Liechtenstein multinational that develops construction and energy products, came in first.
In second place is DHL Express Morocco, a transport and logistics specialist group.
The EMLyon Business School Casablanca took third place. EM is the first training center to be certified as a best employer in Morocco.
Global Engines Morocco, a distributor of the Hyundai Maroc brand, came fourth, followed by Chaabi LLD, a subsidiary of Banque Populaire, in fifth place.
Sixth place went to Societe Generale Africa Technologies & Services, a subsidiary of Societe Generale banking group.
The Payment Center for Africa (PCA), a subsidiary of Banque Populaire in Africa, won seventh place.
Finally, Averda Maroc, a subsidiary of the environmental solution provider active in the MENA region, came in eighth place this year.