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Jumeirah, Marriott International & IHG named as best employers to work for in the Middle East

Representatives from Jumeirah are presented an Aon Best Employer Middle East 2018 award by Christopher Page, CEO, Talent, Rewards & Performance, Aon Middle East and Africa.
Representatives from Jumeirah are presented an Aon Best Employer Middle East 2018 award by Christopher Page, CEO, Talent, Rewards & Performance, Aon Middle East and Africa.

Aon, a leading global professional services firm providing a broad range of risk, retirement and health solutions, has announced the results of its Best Employers Middle East study for 2018.

The study has revealed that Best Employers in the Middle East once again lead across a number of business-critical indices, including organisational agility (85% versus 69% market average), engaging leadership (83% versus 69%) and talent focus (82% versus 63%), reflecting their commitment to employee engagement as a strategic business function.

Aon assessed participating organisations against its regional database of more than 350 organisations and 275,000 employees. Best Employers Middle East 2018 were selected based on ranking consistently high levels for employee engagement, organisational agility, engaging leadership and strong talent focus. For the first time this year, two companies were also awarded ‘Honorable Mentions’ in recognition of excelling in one of the four Best Employers indices.

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The hospitality groups mentioned in Aon Best Employers in the Middle East for 2018 are:

InterContinental Hotels Group - Best Employer Middle East (Global Program)

Jumeirah Group - Best Employer UAE

Marriott International - Best Employer Middle East (Global Program)

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