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Best Company To Work For 2016: Launch

Measure, Inspire, Motivate, Engage

The 2016 edition of the Best Company To Work For (BCTWF) - Namibia survey was launched 20 April 2016. Can your company afford not to be transparent and committed to your employees?

Why Should You Participate?

The Best Company to Work For survey has been conducted annually by Deloitte since 2000 during which time it has emerged as the pre-eminent survey of its kind.

The local survey aims to identify and celebrate the best companies to work for across Namibia as rated by their most important stakeholder group, namely, their employees.  The results are also fed into a wider Southern African regional survey.

Apart from the benefits of Industry, Size Category and Regional benchmarking, each participating organisation gains invaluable insights into the reported employment priorities and experiences of its employees which can serve as the basis to optimise their overall employment experience and thereby enhance the organisation’s performance and status as a recognised employer of choice. 

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Apply to take part

To apply to take part in the 2016 edition of the survey, please download the application form and return it to Mignon du Preez once you have completed it.  You can email the form to mdupreez@deloitte.co.za, fax it to +264 61 2855050 or physically drop it off at our offices In Windhoek or Walvis Bay.  Contact Mignon on +264 61 285 5015 for assistance.

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What does the survey cover?

For full details, please refer to the attached presentation given at the launch.  (If your organisation has previously taken part, note that there are a few changes since the 2014 edition).  Employee and Employer responses are captured according to the 10 dimensions listed below:

  • Sense of Confidence in the Organisation
  • Organisational Ethics & Integrity
  • Operational Effectiveness
  • Relationship with Manager\Supervisor
  • Sense of Inclusion in the Organisation
  • Overall Job Satisfaction
  • Career Development
  • Work-Life Balance
  • Performance and Recognition
  • Remuneration
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Human Capital Trends 2016

At the BCTWF launch event, Retuura Ballotti also presented the 2016 Global Human Capital Trends report, placing it in a local context.  You can view the full global report here, or download the slides presented at the event. 

Download the PDF of the slides presented at the BCTWF 2016 launch
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