Emitac named top SME to work for in UAE
Dubai, October 1, 2013
Emitac Healthcare Solutions (EHS) has been recognised as one of the 'Top SME to Work for in the UAE' for 2013 by Great Place to Work Institute, a global research and management consultancy.
Emitac received a 'distinguished mention’ at an awards ceremony held at the SME 100 headquarters in Dubai.
The official list, to be published in the October-November issue of Intelligent SME, recognises the nation’s six best SMEs based on the confidential feedback of employees and an audit of management practices.
Emitac is a leading healthcare informatics and technology solution provider in the UAE. The company boasts 36 years of experience in the healthcare industry, with offices established across Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Saudi Arabia.
To pick the “Top SMEs to Work for in the UAE”, the institute conducts an evaluation of each participating company. Two-thirds of the company’s score is based on the results of its Trust survey, which is sent to the employees of each company.
The survey asks questions related to their attitudes about the management’s credibility, employee engagement and job satisfaction.
The other third of the scoring is based on the company’s responses to the institute’s Culture Audit, which includes detailed questions about pay and benefits programmes and a series of open-ended questions about hiring, communication, and development.
David Robert, chief executive officer of Great Place to Work Gulf, said: “We would like to send a sincere thank you to all of the SMEs that participated in the programme this year and to congratulate each of the six companies that have been recognised as top SMEs to work for in the UAE."
"The people practices and workplace cultures within these SMEs positions them as role models for other small and large companies in the region,” he added. - TradeArabia News Service
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