Sabtu, 15 September 2018 06:31:00
Aon announces 11 Best Employers in China for 2018
Best Employers in China lead the way with a 10-point higher employee engagement score than market average.
SHANGHAI, CHINA -- 14 September 2018 - Aon plc (NYSE: AON), a leading global professional services firm providing a broad range of risk, retirement, and health solutions, has named eleven organisations as Best Employers in China for 2018.
Aon Best Employers China 2018
Best Employers in China achieved employee engagement score of 78%, compared to a market average of 68%. On average, they also scored 8 points higher than market average across the other Best Employer indices of Employer Brand, Effective Leadership, and High-performance Culture.
In a dynamic economic environment, Best Employers inspire their employees with a compelling vision. 79% of employees in Best Employer organisations agree that their senior leadership provides them a clear direction for the future (10 points higher than market average).
In addition, Best Employers have a total rewards strategy in place that focuses not just on pay but learning and career opportunities as well. 70% of Best Employer employees feel that they receive appropriate recognition for their contributions (7 points higher than market average) and 65% of them feel that future career opportunities within their organisation look good (market average, 55%).
Audrey Widjaja, Partner and Practice Leader, Talent, Rewards & Performance, Aon Greater China said: "As Chinese companies grapple with a multi-generational workforce and increasing competition for talent from start-ups, they must transform their people practices. Best Employers invest in continuous dialogue by combining data, analytics and digital technology to create feedback loops that drive self-sustaining improvement enabling staff to maximise their potential."
Peter Zhang, Chief Executive Officer, Aon Consulting, Greater China, said: "A 5% increase in employee engagement is linked to a 3% increase in revenue growth in the subsequent year, according to Aon's research. When organisations have high engagement levels, employees say positive things about working there, strive harder in their jobs, and stay for the long term driving business performance. As Chinese companies aim to capture global markets, they must have agile HR practices that enable them to work different to enhance both customer and employee experience." (roc).