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Procter & Gamble Kenya bags Number Two in Best Company to Work For Awards


Procter & Gamble Kenya has been ranked the second best company to work for in Kenya by its employees; this is according to a survey carried out by Deloitte Consulting which surveyed over 5000 employees pooled from 16 companies. P&G Kenya also took the number one position in the Manufacturing sector. This was the first time that P&G was participating in this award and the double win was met with delight by employees at the Nairobi GO office.
Hildar Luchinga a Commercial Operations Manager in the Nairobi office said: “P&G coming second place in such an award gives me such great pride- am sure next year we shall take first place”



The survey is similar to the P&G survey and looks at ten dimensions such as operational effectiveness and job satisfaction, remuneration, work life balance and confidence in the organization. The report measures the rating by employees in terms of operational effectiveness and employee relationship with immediate supervisors and sense of inclusion in the organization.



The award ceremony was a breakfast which brought in all players from banks to manufacturing to multinationals. Evelyn Mgendi (CBD) and Irene Mwathi (Communications) attended the event “This is really exciting-and I feel so blest and honoured to be here receiving this award on behalf of P&G” said Evelyn.



The award received very good media coverage across all the leading print and electronic media. The award will help build the corporate reputation of P&G in Kenya which is a little over 20 years old.





Evelyn Mgendi and Irene Mwathi of P&G display award together with Sunny Bindra- the Key note speaker of the evening and a management consultant.