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MTN Nigeria certified as ‘best place to work in Nigeria’

MTN Nigeria certified as ‘best place to work in Nigeria’
December 23
16:44 2019
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In September 2019, MTN Nigeria became the first and only Nigerian company to have been awarded the Platinum Certification by the Investors In People (IIP) Body.

In 2013, MTN became the first Nigerian company to receive the prestigious Investor In People (IIP) certification, recognised globally as one of the highest accolades a company can receive for their people management practices.

To provide some context, IIP is a global body which assesses people practices across organisations in 75 countries, comprising about 11 million odd employees.

In 2015, the company took it a notch higher when they were awarded with the IIP Gold certification and now in 2019, the Platinum Certification which is held by only 2% of Companies globally.

Having achieved IIP platinum status (the highest accreditation possible), places MTN Nigeria among the best places to work, not just in Africa or in emerging markets, but across the world.

Commenting on the recent certification, Chief Human Resources Officer, MTN Nigeria, Esther Akinnukawe said, “This IIP certification is a recognition of our people management practices over the years. It speaks to our credentials as an employer of choice and a great place for anyone to work and grow their career. For our people, we will continue to build upon this success.”

Let’s raise a glass to healthy working spaces and to employees who make it all worth it.

Cheers.

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