KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 11: Sarawak Energy’s ongoing efforts to develop talent and create a high performance culture was recognised following the receiving of the prestigious HR Asia Best Companies to Work in Asia Award on Friday night.
Group Chief Executive Officer Datu Sharbini Suhaili said Sarawak Energy truly believed that people are the company greatest asset and had invested significantly in their development to ensure that all 5,000 employees can reach their full potential.
“This is testament to the great work being done,” he said in a press statement today.
He explained that Sarawak Energy’s three-pronged talent management strategy begins with acquiring talent and then developing them effectively for deployment into roles that maximise their potential.
Sharbini said that the company ensured the wellbeing and satisfaction of the people through continuous improvement of the company’s policies, practices and work environment.
The award was presented by HR Asia, Asia’s largest circulating publication for senior HR professionals.
HR Asia selects corporations with high levels of employee engagement and excellent workplace culture using the Total Engagement Assessment Model (T.E.A.M) for this award.
T.E.A.M is an employee input survey that covers emotional engagement, intention and motivation, advocacy and behaviour.
Sarawak Energy was the only recipient from Sarawak out of the 49 Malaysian companies recognised.
This award is the energy developer’s second external recognition in 2019 for its HR initiatives. — DayakDaily