Six Philippine-based companies are listed in Forbes Magazine’s World’s Best Employers list in a survey report released mid October.
Ayala Corporation topped the Philippine entries at #18.
Ayala Corp, led by CEO Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala, II, also ranked #103 in the Top Regarded Companies list.
The World’s Best Employers lists the top 500 companies based on Forbes’ 2017 Global 2000 ranking of companies from 58 countries that accounted for USD35.3 trillion combined revenue.
Companies were rated by their employees who were also asked if they would recommend their company to a friend or relative. The employees were also asked to recommend other firms.
The 6 companies listed on the Forbes’ Top 500 Best Employers:
• #18 Ayala Corporation (#103 Top Regarded Companies) CEO Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala II – involved in real estate, telecommunications, utilities, logistics, financial and insurance services
• #23 BDO Unibank (#117 Top Regarded Companies) CEO Nestor V. Tan – offers an array of products and services that include retail banking, lending
• #69 Metropolitan Bank & Trust (#184 Top Regarded Companies) CEO George Ty – engaged in the provision of banking, financing, leasing, real estate, and stock brokering services
• #320 Aboitiz Equity Ventures, CEO Erramon I. Abotiz – operates through the following segments: Power, Food Manufacturing and Financial Services
• #321 Manila Electric, CEO Oscar S. Reyes – engages in the generation and distribution of electricity
• #448 SM Investments, CEO Harley Tan Sy – invests in retail, banking and properties in the Philippines
Forbes partnered with Statista to analyze over 36,000 global recommendations to create the World’s Best Employers list.
Filipino companies had previously landed on the Forbes list of 2000 World’s Biggest Public Companies.