15 Best Workplaces for a Career in the Philippines According to LinkedIn
The National Bank of the Philippines (PNB) is the best place to work for a career in the country, according to a ranking released Thursday by professional networking platform LinkedIn.com.
According to a study conducted by LinkedIn, the study takes into account several factors of the job – the ability to progress, the growth of skills, the stability of the company, external affinities, gender diversity and educational attainment. .
Here is a list of the top 15 companies, according to LinkedIn:
1. National Bank of the Philippines
Filipino workforce: 8,550
Most common skills: banking, airlines, finance
2. Smart Communications Inc.
Filipino workforce: 18,785 people.
Most common skills: telecommunications, troubleshooting, software development
3. Manila Water Company Inc.
The utility company run by Ayala has 2,300 people.
Most common skills: engineering, AutoCAD, program management
4. Philippine Morris International
The company employs 80,000 people worldwide.
Most Common Skills: Finance, Manufacturing, Fast-Moving Consumer Goods
5. EY Accounting
Filipino workforce: 8,100
Most common skills: accounting, financial reporting, financial accounting
6. Philippine Land Bank
Filipino workforce: 9,664
Most common skills: banking, finance, financial analysis
Global workforce: 37,000
Most common skills: insurance, finance, financial services
8.Metropolitan Bank & Trust Co. (Metrobank)
Global workforce: 13,150
Most common skills: banking, credit, finance
Filipino workforce: 55,000+
Most common skills: software development, SQL, data analysis
Global workforce: 273,000
Most Common Skills: Fast-paced Consumer Goods, Supply Chain Management, Sales Management
11. The Coca-Cola Company
Filipino workforce: 10,000
Most common skills: SAP products, finance, supply chain management
12. Macquarie Group
Filipino workforce: 940
Most common skills: SQL, software development, business analysis
13. NCR Corporation
Global workforce: 34,000
Most common skills: software development, SQL, Java
14. BDO Unibank Inc.
Global workforce: 38,750
Most common skills: banking, finance, loans
Filipino workforce: 2,300
Most common skills Qualitative research, data analysis, quantitative research
To be eligible for the list, LinkedIn has taken into account companies with 500 or more employees as of December 31, and downsizing cannot exceed 10%.
“The world of work is changing, not only have we gone through a one-of-a-kind global pandemic, decades of automation, the rise of artificial intelligence and a new shift towards remote working have transformed our working lives. looks like – and what we expect from our employers, ”LinkedIn’s Chris Anderson and Yunita Ong said in the writing.
Earlier this month, LinkedIn said remote working agreements would likely be adopted by companies somehow after COVID-19.
According to the latest data available from the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA), there were 4.2 million Filipinos unemployed in February.—LDF, GMA News