Hilti Kuwait, a top solutions provider for the construction, building maintenance, manufacturing, and energy industries, was recently certified as one of the best places to work in Kuwait for 2018.
Best Places to Work program is an international program providing employers in different countries the opportunity to learn more about the engagement and satisfaction of their employees and honour those who deliver an outstanding work experience. Additionally, The Best Places To Work certification is awarded to companies with the highest standards of excellence in regards to working conditions.
Hilti Kuwait received outstanding scores across several aspects of their workplace such as leadership, satisfaction and opportunities where initiatives and processes are geared towards giving the employees tools to excel, have their voice heard and keep a high level of engagement.
“In Hilti Kuwait we think of our employees as the number one asset of the company. They are the main driving force to our success and longevity in this extremely competitive market. Our leaders’ success is not only measured by sales and profit targets, but also by staff satisfaction and workforce retention. Making our employees happy and acknowledging their inputs are a very important task to the company,” said Qatami Al-Qatami, general manager for Hilti Kuwait.
“In Hilti we believe that people are the most crucial factor for our success. The more we work on their development, better working environment, and giving them the freedom to act and be involved in decision making, the more confidence we will have to be a market leader and employer of choice whatever market conditions and circumstances are,” said Mohammad Banat, country manager for Hilti Kuwait.
“Our people are the key to our success, and with that in mind Hilti succeeds in building a high performing, committed and diversified team that are geared towards achieving our business strategy in a motivating and caring environment,” said Marian Sanad, HR manager for Hilti Kuwait.
“Employers of choice in Kuwait recognize that creating a spirit of community in their workplace strengthens engagement, staff cohesion and employee performance,” said Hamza Idrissi, program manager for Kuwait. – TradeArabia News Service