Working for an organisation that offers a work-life balance is a blessing but working for an organisation that rewards and helps improve skills of its team is a richer blessing. One such organisation that inspires and motivates its staff is UAE Exchange,
the leading global remittances, foreign exchange and payment solutions brand. In a survey conducted by Great Place to WorkÒ, UAE Exchange ranked among the top 20 best employers in the UAE.
In a glittering award ceremony held on March 8, 2016 at Jumeirah Zabeel Saray in Dubai, the brand was officially recognised as one of the ‘Top Companies to Work for in the UAE’ by Great Place to WorkÒ. The survey was based on the confidential feedback of employees and an audit of management practices.
“We are delighted to be recognised by Great Place to WorkÒ for this award. Our people are our strength. This award speaks about the commitment of our staff representing different nationalities coming together to create a positive work culture. The resilience with which the team rises to any occasion is commendable. Their strength encourages us to explore new horizons, drive the business forward and achieve the vision of the organisation. The various employee engagement programmes also instill the core values of the organisation and build team spirit, which leads to a healthier and productive work culture punctuated with innovation. People are offered new opportunities to come up with ideas to improve processes and service quality, thus, fulfill their aspirations of career growth,” said Promoth Manghat, CEO, UAE Exchange.
Commenting on the Top Companies list, Maha Zaatari, Managing Director of Great Place to Work in the UAE said, “Congratulations to all 20 companies that made it onto our 2016 list. The expansion of the 2016 list is testament to the value UAE companies place on human capital development. There is no doubt that this year’s competition was the toughest since we introduced the annual benchmarking programme six years ago. The top 20 list makers truly understand how investing in their workplace cultures leads to stronger business and people performance within their organisations.”