Mazars in Singapore named HR Asia Best Company to Work for in Asia, marking the firm’s 6th consecutive year in winning the title.
Continuing its winning streak for the coveted award, Mazars also received an award in a second category, the Digital Transformation Award.
Rick Chan, Singapore Managing Partner received the award on behalf of the firm at the prestigious gala dinner and awards ceremony held at the Marina Bay Sands on 18 November.
Mazars in Singapore is one of only three companies in Singapore to be awarded the gold Harmonia statuette. This is a symbol of recognition for being one of the Best Companies to Work for in Asia for five consecutive years and more.
Rick said, “We are honoured to receive this award for six consecutive years. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all Mazarians for winning us this award. And thank you to the HR team and all our team members for their efforts in driving employee engagement and digital innovation this year. These wins would not have been possible without each and every one of them."
With the theme Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, the 2022 awards focused on the efforts of companies in promoting diversity and instilling inclusion in the workplace, while retaining HR Asia’s existing criteria.
Mazars in Singapore’s headcount recorded a 17.5% increase year-on-year, a clear indicator of its exponential growth. This year, the firm made great strides in diversity and inclusion, and welcomed a talent with cerebral palsy into the team. More than half (53%) of the Singapore talent pool are aged below 30 years old, 56% of employees are women and the current workforce is composed of 12 different nationalities.
Furthermore, the Digital Transformation Award speaks volume to Mazars’ efforts in driving digitalisation. The firm recently promoted a new Audit Partner to spearhead the firm’s audit innovation and transformation initiatives.
Mazars is among 50 companies in Singapore honoured at the HR Asia Best Companies to Work for in Asia 2022 awards. Covering 15 markets across the region, the award recognises companies that have shown world-class employee engagement and workplace excellence, while displaying demonstrable empathy and care for their employees.
This year, a total 31,510 employees from 309 Singapore companies participated in HR Asia’s proprietary survey, ranking their own employers on metrics ranging from workplace happiness and team cohesion to employee advocacy and job motivation.
The award covers mainland China, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, India, Japan, Korea, Macau, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, and Vietnam making this the largest award program and survey in the region for employee engagement.