SAP Bolsters Positioning as Employer of Choice in Thailand

THAILAND — SAP Thailand, a subsidiary of SAP, today announced that it has been named Best Employer in the Aon Best Employers – Thailand 2017 award ceremony. With a long-standing track record as an employer of choice, this accolade strengthens SAP’s positioning in the market as a great place to work.

SAP Thailand has been named Best Employer in the Aon Best Employers – Thailand 2017 Award Ceremony

The Aon Best Employers award measures companies on four critical areas : level of employee engagement, effectiveness of leadership, strength of the employer’s brand and link between work culture and performance. Research from the Aon Best Employers survey indicates that the winners of the Best Employers award (in Asia Pacific) achieve 24% higher engagement, 17% lower turnover, and 25% stronger growth in sales than the market average. Companies who win this award have been able to prove to have highly engaged employees and superior people culture which in turn drive better business performance.

“Amidst talent shortage in the IT industry in Thailand, SAP is committed to attract, hire, develop and retain the best and brightest employees who will drive our vision to make the world run better and improve people’s lives,” said Liher Urbizu, Managing Director, SAP Indochina. “SAP stands for Super Awesome People. Employee engagement is very important to help us achieve overall organizational success and is essential for growth and survival. At SAP, a highly engaged workforce is synonymous with increased value, accelerated growth, enhanced innovation, improved collaboration, stronger partnering, better execution and heightened loyalty. This award is a great recognition of SAP’s efforts to engage our employees in Thailand as we continue to invest in our people and develop the next generation of leaders in the digital economy.”

“As an employer of choice, SAP is committed to employee engagement through a number of core initiatives around career and leadership development, social responsibility and most importantly, people sustainability. In Southeast Asia, we offer a wide range of benefits and programs, including investments for training and development, extended parental leave and health and wellness programs to ensure the overall well-being of our talents,” said Ho Wee Ling, Vice President, HR, SEA.

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