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Maybank wins two preferred employer awards
Last update: 02/08/2018

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 2 (Bernama) -- Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank) has won GRADUAN's Most Preferred Employer and Randstad's Most Attractive Employer for Banking and Financial Services.

GRADUAN is Malaysia's leading publication catering to tertiary-level students and graduates that provides an overview of the local career landscape, while Netherlands-based Randstad is a global leader in the human resource services industry. 

In a statement today, Maybank said the back-to-back wins are testaments to the bank's continuous efforts to create a workplace that is collaborative and inclusive for employees.

"We are thrilled to receive yet another set of industry awards to reaffirm our leadership in the area of talent management.

"GRADUAN and Randstad are reputable industry observers who constantly listen and share the voices of the public, and in this case, their views of what makes a good employer," said Group Chief Human Capital Officer Nora Manaf.



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