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Trustco wins Best Company to Work for

Trustco wins Best Company to Work for

Windhoek – Deloitte’s Best Company to Work For Survey provides organisations with a platform to gain insights into how employees experience the workplace which is crucial to adapting their organisational design, shaping their engagement strategies, informing their leadership and ensuring they hold on to their key talent.
This year a total of 19 employers participated in the survey with a total of 12761 employees, 2452 in the small/medium size category and 10309 employees in the large size company category and in the large size companies, Trustco Group Holdings Limited was on top year’s survey.
The survey ran under the theme “Measure, Inspire, Motivate, Engage.” This survey has been conducted annually by Deloitte since 2000 and in Namibia, since 2011.
Apart from the benefits of Industry, Size Category and Regional benchmarking, each participating organisation gains invaluable insights into the reported employment priorities and experiences of its employees which can serve as the basis to optimise their overall employment experience and thereby enhance the organisation’s performance.
Having undergone a significant refresh and revamp in 2015, the survey has moved away from the traditional benchmark measurement of employer of choice status to a more focused internal measurement of employee engagement. The Large Company (more than 500 employees) category runner up was FNB Namibia Holding with Agra Limited on the third position. In the Small/Medium Company (fewer than 500 employees) category, MVA Fund of Namibia was the winner, with Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority (NAMFISA) and Namibia Institute of Pathology Limited behind it.

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