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Nestle, SMC top employers ­— Jobstreet

San Miguel Corp., Nestle Philippines and Accenture remain the most desired employers among Filipino jobseekers, according to JobStreet.com.

“These companies have consistently figured as the best in their ranks as rated by present and former employees. Compensation and work conditions showed as the top reasons why employee/respondents chose these companies,” said Jobstreet.com country manager Philip Gioca.

SMC and Nestlé occupied the top two spots of preferred employers for the third year in a row. Accenture moved up from fifth in 2014 to third in 2015 and 2016.

The report is a part of JobStreet.com’s thrust to provide stakeholders in the labor market innovative services for companies not only to find talents but also build employee value proposition and attract the best talents in the job market.

About 14,062 JobStreet.com members participated in a series of surveys from May to July 2016, with respondents from different position levels, representing a diverse mix of specializations.

BDO Unibank and SM Investments Corp. maintained their strong presence in the top 10 since their first appearance in last year’s list.

BDO Unibank moved up to fourth spot from eighth last year, making the company the highest placing financial institution, while SM Investments Corp. slid a notch from sixth to seventh.

Two companies joined the 2016 list—Ayala Land Inc. (fifth) and Google Philippines (eighth).

Completing the top 10 are Coca-Cola Femsa Philippines (sixth), Procter & Gamble (ninth) and  ABS-CBN Corp. (10th).

Topics: San Miguel Corp. , Nestle Philippines , Accenture , Filipino jobseekers , JobStreet.com
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