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AXA Recognised as One of The Best Place To Work For

by Shah Farouq

AXA Affin General Insurance Berhad (AXA) has once again been recognised as one of the most inspiring companies to work for with numerous prestigious accolades won.

  • HR Asia – Best Companies to Work for In Asia 2021: Gold Award (for 5th consecutive year)*
  • Graduan Brand Awards – Malaysia’s Top 3 Most Preferred Employer (insurance category)
  • HR Excellence Awards 2021
  • Excellence in Employee Engagement – Gold Award
  • Excellence in Digital Transformation – Finalist
  • Excellence in Workplace Wellbeing – Finalist

These awards aim to recognise companies that demonstrate exemplary HR practices, high level of employee engagement and workplace excellence.

Award recipients are chosen based on a holistic and rigorous assessment by a panel of industry practitioners, including a fair voting process from employees and public.

Chief Executive Officer of AXA, Emmanuel Nivet, said this much-coveted winning streak reflects AXA’s relentless pursuit of building a global workplace where everyone can grow, thrive and make progress together within a diverse community.

“As an innovative and agile organisation, we are not only committed to protect what matters to our customers, but also to prioritise the needs of our People who are the key driving force behind everything we do.

“We believe  ‘growth mindset’ is critical, it is the first step towards accelerating our People’s resilience, adaptability and agility in the new normal,” he added.

Since the onset of the pandemic, the company has focused on building capability and capacity to empower its People to realise their potential and create a resilient workforce.

This is done through various initiatives such as developing AXA Academy for digital and data capability upskilling, introducing AXA Hackathon to encourage employees to innovate new solutions, offering e-learning workshops to harness future skills, and partnering with industry experts such as 30% Club, LeadWomen, CADs, Uipath and more.

As part of its ambition to foster a truly progressive workplace with sustainable gender balance at all roles and levels, the company has demonstrated its strong commitment towards women’s empowerment in the workplace.

Through the launch of WoMen@AXA and its flagship 16-week Women Leadership Programme, AXA hopes to accelerate the career growth and leadership development of its women employees via active dialogues, coaching and mentoring.

AXA has conducted Pulse surveys periodically to gauge insights and understand the diverse needs of its People as part of an effort to reinvent employee experience and increase engagement.

These predictive analytics and technology have helped both AXA and its employees to achieve optimal engagement in line with its diversity and inclusion mandate.

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