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Randstad Malaysia: Top Companies In The Running For 2021’s Most Attractive Employer Title

The release of this year’s research also comes with the results of the highly anticipated Randstad Employer Brand Research awards

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In the lead up to the announcement of the Most Attractive Employer this year,  Randstad Malaysia is excited to unveil the top companies in the running for this coveted title.  

The Randstad Employer Brand Research is the only global study that captures the workforce sentiments towards key  employee value proposition factors from employees and job seekers between the ages of 18 and 65. Through our  comprehensive research, employers gain valuable insights to enhance their employer branding strategies and create  immediate next-steps to attract and retain top talent.  

The release of this year’s research also comes with the results of the highly anticipated Randstad Employer Brand  Research awards. The Randstad Employer Brand Research awards are not open for nominations and the results are  based solely on the opinions of the locally-based workforce – making it the only award that truly represents the  “people’s choice”. 

What’s special about the 2021 employer brand research?  

The COVID-19 pandemic had plunged Malaysia into an economic recession in 2020, sending sectors such as  manufacturing, construction and services into a tailspin. As companies continue to face complex challenges amid this  uncertain climate, many management teams debated on where they should save and/or invest in – digitalisation,  human capital or both.  

The pandemic has also significantly changed the experiences, motivations and priorities of workers and job seekers.  As employees find more comfort and productivity working from home, the demand for better work-life balance may  be even more significant than before. For some workers, having no flexible work option could be a deal-breaker.  

Organisations looking to improve their employer brand perception can no longer rely on their prior understanding,  more so if they lack new data on their brand attractiveness amid the new normal. Taken together, employers are  finding it difficult to pinpoint gaps in their existing talent strategies.  

With an estimated 2,500 locally-based survey respondents, Randstad Malaysia’s 2021 Employer Brand Research aims  to fill this knowledge gap between businesses and the workforce.  

The report is the most representative and inclusive employer brand analysis to have been conducted since the start  of COVID-19. It offers a fresh perspective and an accurate reflection of employer attractiveness, as well as how it has  changed since the pandemic so that organisations like yours can develop and implement high-impact employer brand  initiatives to attract and retain the best talent. 

Most attractive employers for 2021 

Here is the list of the most attractive companies to work for in Malaysia (in alphabetical order).  

  1. AEON Co. (M) Bhd. 
  2. AirAsia Berhad 
  3. Alliance Bank Malaysia Berhad 
  4. AmBank (AMMB Holdings Berhad)
  5. Astro Holdings Sdn. Bhd. 
  6. B. Braun Medical Industries Sdn. Bhd.
  7. Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad
  8. Bank Kerjasama Rakyat Malaysia 
  9. Berjaya Corporation Berhad 
  10. Boustead Holdings 
  11. Carsem (M) Sdn. Bhd. 
  12. Celcom Axiata Berhad 
  13. CIMB Group Holdings Berhad 
  14. Citibank Berhad 
  15. Continental Tyre Malaysia 
  16. Deloitte SEA Services Sdn. Bhd. 
  17. Digi Telecommunications 
  18. DRB-HICOM Berhad 
  19. Etika Group of Companies 
  20. Flex (previously known as Flextronics) 
  21. Gamuda Berhad 
  22. GCH Retail (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd. 
  23. General Electric Malaysia 
  24. Genting Berhad 
  25. Hap Seng Consolidated Berhad 
  26. Hartalega Holdings Berhad 
  27. Hewlett Packard Enterprise Sdn Bhd
  28. Hong Leong Bank Berhad 
  29. HSBC Bank Malaysia Berhad 
  30. Huawei Technologies Malaysia 
  31. IBM 
  32. IJM Corporation Berhad 
  33. Infineon Technologies (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd.
  34. Intel Malaysia 
  35. IOI Corporation Berhad 
  36. Jabil 
  37. Johor Corporation Berhad 
  38. KFC Holding 
  39. Kuala Lumpur Kepong Berhad 
  40. Malayan Banking Berhad 
  41. Malaysia Airlines Berhad 
  42. Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad 
  43. Maxis 
  44. McDonald’s (Gerbang Alaf Restaurants Sdn Bhd)
  45. Media Prima Berhad 
  46. MMC Corporation Berhad 
  47. Motorola Solutions Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. 
  48. Mydin Mohamed Holdings Bhd. 
  49. Nestlé (Malaysia) Berhad 
  50. OCBC Bank (Malaysia) Berhad 
  51. Oriental Holdings Berhad 
  52. OSRAM
  53. Opto Semiconductors (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd.
  54. Perusahaan Otomobil Kedua Sendirian Berhad  (Perodua) 
  55. Petroliam Nasional Berhad  
  56. Public Bank Berhad 
  57. RHB Capital Bhd. 
  58. Safeguards G4s Sdn. Bhd. 
  59. Samsung 
  60. Sapura Energy Berhad 
  61. Shell Malaysia 
  62. Sime Darby Berhad 
  63. Sony EMCS (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd.
  64. Standard Chartered Bank Malaysia 
  65. Sunway Berhad 
  66. Ta Ann Holdings Berhad 
  67. Tan Chong Motor Holdings Berhad 
  68. Telekom Malaysia Berhad 
  69. Tenaga Nasional Berhad 
  70. Tesco Stores (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd. 
  71. Top Glove Corporation Berhad 
  72. UMW Holdings Berhad 
  73. United Overseas Bank (Malaysia) Bhd.
  74. United Plantations Bhd 
  75. V.S. Industry Berhad 
  76. Westports Holdings Bhd 
  77. YTL Corporation Berhad 

For more information about the Randstad Employer Brand Research, please click on this link.

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