EMC Recognized as Best Company to Work for in Saudi Arabia

428EMC has been recognized today as the best place to work in Saudi Arabia by the Great Place to Work® Institute, a global research and management consultancy. EMC was recognized for creating a motivating, comfortable and engaging work environment in Saudi as well as for its focused investments in employee development and its fair and transparent reward and recognition programs.

EMC in Saudi was further commended for its impressive efforts to go above and beyond its employment obligations under Saudi labor laws. Over the years, EMC has introduced numerous platforms and initiatives such as the Technology Associates program to recruit talented young Saudi nationals, enroll them in training programs followed by a technical mentorship program, to guide them through the early stages of their careers. In addition, through the EMC Academic Alliance Program, EMC continues to reach out to young nationals enrolled at leading universities across the Kingdom and the larger region to equip these students with knowledge about the latest technologies and the skills needed to operate in the constantly changing environments of the future - at absolutely no cost to these students.

Great Place to Work® results are based on direct and confidential feedback from participating companies’ employees. The annual benchmarking study – which assesses the level of credibility, respect, fairness, pride and camaraderie within an organization – forms part of the world’s largest employee survey. Two-thirds of the company’s score is based on confidential feedback from their employees, with an audit of management and HR practices by the Institute, comprising the remainder of the score, under which EMC was ranked as the Kingdom’s Best Place to work in.

EMC in Saudi was praised not only for its focus on employee satisfaction but also for its employee-centric HR practices that leverage easy-to-use tools and technologies to ensure HR services are available to all employees, 24×7, at their fingertips – in addition to its dedicated on-site Talent Acquisition Team, that plays a central role in identifying candidates that are a ‘great fit’ for EMC’s high performance culture.

The Great Place to Work® organization also highlighted the immense efforts directed towards career advancements and employee development through innovative training programs, focusing on both technical and business skills in addition to core values of leadership, motivation and teamwork harnessing the technical, interpersonal and people management skills and the promotion of diversity and inclusion.

EMC in Saudi was also reported to have the top year-on-year improvement score across all EMC teams participating in Great Place to Work® in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).

EMC in Saudi was also applauded for drawing the balance between high employee engagement, effective leadership and high-performance culture driving EMC’s business growth and customer satisfaction.

EMC Quotes:

Mohamed Talaat, Regional Managing Director of EMC in Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Egypt and Libya

“EMC is proud to be recognized as the #1 Great Place to Work® in Saudi Arabia. This acknowledgement reflects our belief that our strength as an organisation lies in our people who are the main power to drive our leading technologies to help customers successfully undertake their IT Transformation journeys to remain relevant in the future. Our strategy is to build and maintain a family-driven culture that attracts the best talents in the Kingdom and ensures they have a long-standing career path that will leverage their skills and passion. We look forward to continue on this successful journey together and I thank each one of our employees for their remarkable efforts and commitment to EMC.”

Ahmad Al Shammari, Human Resources Manager of EMC in Saudi Arabia

“At EMC we have consistently introduced and adapted globally recognized HR practices to suit our diverse workforce to successfully create an enriching and equally satisfying professional environment in Saudi Arabia. Our efforts at Saudization do not stop at hiring the best talents but continue with consistent career development efforts for variety of roles and positions within the sales, technical and management teams.”


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