Concentrix PH bags outstanding employer award

WINNER: Elek Toth, Concentrix Philippines vice president and country leader, receives the outstanding employer for large enterprises award during the Investors’ Recognition Night hosted by the Philippine Economic Zone Authority. (Contributed photo)

CONCENTRIX Philippines was recognized as 2019 outstanding employer for large enterprise in an award ceremony hosted by the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (Peza) during its Investors’ Recognition Night.

Peza’s outstanding employer award is given to a company that has generated the greatest number of jobs for the past year, while also maintaining high regard for the welfare of its workforce and enabling harmony across levels, as well as having a solid track record on employee relations, talent development and communications, workplace health and safety, industry recognition and overall corporate citizenship.

In the past year alone, Concentrix Philippines has more than tripled its workforce, cementing its status as the country’s undisputed largest private employer with over 80,000 exceptional staff nationwide.

It supported approximately 5,000 supervisors and managers with career management programs and invested a quarter of a million hours in learning and development for all employees, including frontline staff. The company’s institutionalized health and safety measures earned it ISO 45001 certification, the latest international standard.

“Concentrix being recognized as a Peza outstanding employer is a testament to our culture of high integrity, exemplary character, being fanatical about our staff and our continual investment in the future. It’s showcased by the over 80,000 dedicated men and women who demonstrate this in the work they do throughout the country, every single day. We are proud of our team, will continue to develop our talented staff, and remain committed to the Philippines,” said Elek Toth, Concentrix vice president and country leader.

“We will continue to provide equal opportunity for all individuals and develop them within a safe and inclusive environment through meaningful work that makes a difference in order to benefit their families and the communities where we live,” he added. (PR)


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