Group chief human capital officer of Maybank Datuk Nora Manaf said in the statement: “In this fast changing world, it is important for us to actively monitor, reshape, and realign the way we operate to remain relevant and to meet the ever-changing expectations of all our stakeholders. PETALING JAYA: Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank) has been recognised in Willis Towers Watson (WTW) 2020 High Performance Companies normative benchmark, which is an internationally acclaimed benchmark for high performing organisations. The bank said this in a statement, adding that this was the fifth time that Maybank had been acknowledged as an organisation with outstanding and sustained financial performance, and for its strong commitment and focus on employee experience. Group chief human capital officer of Maybank Datuk Nora Manaf said in the statement: “In this fast changing world, it is important for us to actively monitor, reshape, and realign the way we operate to remain relevant and to meet the ever-changing expectations of all our stakeholders."In the area of people management, we continue to push boundaries and with the creative use of technology available to us, have come a long way in redefining our talent initiatives, taking a more holistic and proactive approach to shape the future-readiness of our country’s graduates.”The recognition put it on par with WTW’s 34 global companies which include organisations such as Royal Bank of Canada, Groupe Danone, Coca Cola, AstraZeneca and AT&T. Inclusion into the global high performance benchmark is based on outstanding financial results and strong employee experience scores, the lender said. Specifically, organisations are evaluated based on two criteria set by WTW – namely, superior financial performance, defined by a net profit margin and/or return on invested capital that exceeds industry averages; and superior human resource practices, defined by employee opinion scores near the top among the most financially successful companies surveyed. Willis Towers Watson country managing director, Lim Chin Han said: “It is my distinct pleasure to be recognising Maybank as part of Willis Towers Watson’s Group of High Performing Companies again in 2020.” “It is a true testament to the efforts invested over the last decade to create an employee experience that serves as an example for both the industry and Malaysia as a whole.” According to Lim, a key factor to Maybank’s success was its willingness to help employees “find their voice within the organisation”. WTW said that due to the Covid-19 pandemic, industries across the world had to change operating models as well as strategies to adapt to the status quo, while ensuring business continuity and building better safety nets for our people. It cited Maybank as being quick to carefully accelerate its crisis plans since January 2020.
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