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Experian Malaysia wins HR Asia Best Companies to Work for in Asia for the third year running

Experian Malaysia wins HR Asia Best Companies to Work for in Asia for the third year running

Team Experian Malaysia at the HR Asia Best Companies to work in Asia awards ceremony event

 

We are extremely pleased to announce Experian Malaysia has won HR Asia Best Companies to work for in Asia for the third successive year.

 

The annual award recognises outstanding employer practices by conducting employee surveys to explore three main categories: employee engagement, workplace culture and development opportunities.

 

Being recognised as a top employer is a significant achievement, but it takes a combination of hard work, commitment and teamwork to create a great environment at Experian Malaysia, our global delivery and shared services center. Our strong 700-people team that has shown they have the right balance of all to earn this recognition. This award only strengthens the reputation of our brand and throws the spotlight on the strong core values that Experian upholds.

 

At Experian, we believe it’s crucial to invest in our people. This means staying committed to building a collaborative, inclusive culture in which great talents can thrive; giving them access to the best training to progress their career and having their back through meaningful employee welfare initiatives that help them develop, both professionally and personally.

 

We recently introduced a new agile employee listening strategy globally, including feedback mechanisms across the employee lifecycle, with new joiner, onboarding, pulse and exit surveys. The results showed we achieved a 71% favorable Engagement score, which measures the likelihood of an employee recommending Experian as a place to work and having long-term commitment to the business. In addition, we saw overall improvements in areas such as sentiment around senior leadership and communication. While initiative like this demonstrates that we are progressing in the right path, we believe there’s more we can do.

 

We need to consistently engage and listen to our people, while actively encourage new ideas. By having an open dialogue with our employees, we can continuously develop Experian as an outstanding place to work – together.

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By Experian 10/26/2018

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