English Biscuit Manufacturers (EBM) has taken first place in the FMCG Industry’s ‘Best Places to Work’ award. The rating reflects EBM’s commitment to constantly improve the quality of its operations and products. The industry has praised EBM’s diligent efforts on several occasions.
The rankings were created and released following a comprehensive survey conducted by the Pakistan Society of Human Resource Management (PSHRM) and Engage Consulting. It was first launched in 2008, when it began conducting the study every other year. In the year 2021, 62 multinational corporations and 98 local groups took part. Employee involvement and dedication to the businesses and their goals were assessed through the survey.
EBM has won this accolade for the fourth time this year. Its continuous recognition in this prestigious ranking has proved EBM’s dedication and commitment towards creating and providing the best and most enabling workplace for its employees. EBM has successfully implemented the most enriching work-environment models, adapted from the most acceptable international standards. EBM offers ample space for its employees for constant growth, training sessions and other enrichment opportunities. At EBM, the employees are considered to be the most valuable assets of the enterprise.
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Sharing her thoughts on this outstanding achievement, EBM’s Managing Director and CEO, Dr. Zeelaf Munir, stated: “It is a great honour to be acknowledged as the ‘Best Place to Work’ in the FMCG sector for the fourth consecutive time. We believe that an enabling culture helps to retain a devoted workforce. This victory is a clear reflection of our vision and ideals established through 55 years of operations, as well as EBM’s forward-thinking approach towards development.” She further added, “EBM has always prioritized achieving excellence and has maintained a performance-driven culture. Our strength comes from our inclination to trust our employees and their ability to lead their teams to success.”