AstraZeneca, a global pharmaceutical and Biopharmaceutical Company, and Mspharma, a chief pharmaceutical, healthcare solutions provider, were lately certified as the best places to work in Jordan for 2018. Best Places to Work program is an international program providing employers in different countries the occasion to learn more about the engagement and approval of their employees and honor those who deliver an exceptional work experience. Additionally, The Best Places to Work certification is awarded to firms with the highest standards of excellence in regards to working conditions.
AstraZeneca Jordan was granted the top position with outstanding scores across several aspects of their workplace such as culture, leadership, and performance management and growth opportunities. Moreover, the company offers excellent employee conditions, cherish and develop talent throughout all levels of the association, and strive to optimize HR practices for their employees. Mspharma came in the second position offering people-friendly guidelines and an attractive workplace environment. Furthermore, the company offers employees several opportunities and support to support their career growth within the organization.
“We push the limits of science to deliver life-changing medicines. Our determination underpins everything we do. It gives us a cause to come to work every day. It prompts us why we exist as a company. It helps us convey benefits to patients and create value for shareholders. It also sets the perspective for our employees’ activities and the roles of our teams, partners and other collaborator,” said Abdulkareem Al Dissi, Country Director for AstraZeneca Jordan. “As the fastest developing company in the region, we pride ourselves with the culture that we are creating for our people through trust, engagement, transparency, empowerment and opportunities,” said Essam Farouk, General Manager for Mspharma Jordan. “The positive responses collected from the employees are a clear testament to the trust they have in their organization strengthening engagement, staff cohesion and employee performance,” said Hamza Idrissi, Program Manager for Jordan.
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