Pakistan Telecommunications Company Limited recognised among top 3 most preferred employers in telecom sector

Karachi, April 25, 2014 (PPI-OT): Pakistan Telecommunications Company Limited (PTCL) has been recognized among the top 3 most preferred employers in the telecom sector as per the ‘Top Employer Ranking 2013’. The prestigious award identifies the company as one of Pakistan’s best places to work.

This ranking is based on the survey conducted by ROZEE.PK, which is Pakistan’s leading on-line recruitment platform, in collaboration with YouGov, a UK-based global research firm. ‘Top Employer Ranking’ is the result of a comprehensive assessment, which included 760 employers and covered feedback from 15, 000 professionals working at different tiers as well as students from diverse backgrounds.

High brand value, promising career growth, enormous learning opportunities, innovation, good compensation and exciting work environment are some of the factors leading to this achievement. This recognition is manifestation of the fact that PTCL is successfully managing its transformation program, competing with the green-field operators and touching new heights of excellence in organizational effectiveness.

“PTCL has a strong history of nurturing talent and creating opportunities for the professionals of the country and this achievement is derived from the culture of innovation, professionalism and excellence that makes PTCL a good choice as an employer in the industry”, said Syed Mazhar Hussian CHRO PTCL.

For more information, contact:
Pakistan Telecommunication Company (PTCL)
F-8 Exchange, Nazim-Ud-Din Road F-8/1,
Islamabad
Tel: +9251 111 20 20 20
Fax: +9251 111 21 21 21
Email: shahzad.khalil@ptcl.net.pk

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