Best employers in Singapore for 2018 revealed

These employers achieved higher employee engagement than the market average

Best employers in Singapore for 2018 revealed

Seven organisations were singled out and awarded the title of “Best Employers Singapore 2018” by Aon plc.

These employers achieved an engagement score of 81%, compared to a market average of 61%. They also scored 20 points higher than market average across the different factors, such as employer brand, effective leadership, and high-performance culture.

In an uncertain business environment where 87% of Singapore organisations are undergoing digital transformation, best employers inspire their employees with a compelling vision.

What’s more, 83% of employees in these organisations agree that their senior leadership provide them with a clear direction for the future.

In addition, best employers have a total rewards strategy in place that focuses not just on pay but learning and career development opportunities as well. 76% of employees from these organisations feel that they receive appropriate recognition for their contributions.

The best employers in Singapore for 2018 are:

  • DBS Bank
  • American Express International Inc
  • Baxter Healthcare Asia Pte Ltd
  • DHL Express (Singapore) Pte Ltd
  • Mandarin Oriental, Singapore
  • McDonald’s Singapore
  • Singapore Prison Service

DBS Bank was also recognised as Regional Best Employer 2018 for Asia Pacific, after being named Aon Best Employer in India, previously.

“To thrive in this age of disruption, Best Employer organisations nurture an agile workforce that quickly moves from old jobs to new ones as they are created,” said Na Boon Chong, managing director and partner, Talent, Rewards and Performance at Aon Singapore.

“Best Employers know that today’s best practices may not be tomorrow’s and are always looking to ensure their HR remains relevant and responsive to the changing culture and work-styles of their organisations.”



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