The Top Employers Institute released their top companies
list, and an additional 15 new companies made it to the list. The annual
research recognises employers that offer the best working conditions for their
employees, including those that nurture and develop talent throughout all
levels of the company.
Companies are evaluated on 9 key areas: talent strategy,
workforce planning, on-boarding learning and development, performance
management, leadership development, career and succession management,
compensation and benefits and culture.
Old Mutual, Ernst & Young (EY Africa) and SAP, made the
top of the list, with each company rated first, second and third, respectively.
The key trend that emerged among the top employers was that the companies
empower employees to take control of their development.
Browse and apply for the latest Old Mutual jobs here.
In other words, these companies are moving away from
development plans that are directed by managers, and they're encouraging employees to
take ownership of their own development and careers.
This year, 108 companies made the list and were given South
African certification. In South Africa, 10 employers were identified by the Top
Companies Institute. To make the cut, top employers had to be certified in a
minimum of 4 African countries.
See the list of the top employers in South Africa below:
If you're looking for a company that prioritises your needs, you can find the latest jobs from these top employers on Careers24.
You can begin browsing and applying for jobs here.