CEVA named One of Best Companies to Work for in Asia

By Joseph R. Fonseca
Monday, July 07, 2014
CEVA Employees

 

CEVA Logistics, a leading global supply chain management company, today announced that it was named as one of the Best Companies to Work for in Asia, at the HR Asia Awards, 2014 conducted in Singapore.

From the 113 Singapore companies audited for this year’s awards, CEVA was one of thirteen companies from all industries selected and the only supply chain company named. The award is given to world-class corporations with high levels of employee engagement and excellent workplace cultures. The selection was made based on a rigorous two-part process:
* An employee survey to measure the employees’ perception of management's credibility, camaraderie, job satisfaction and culture including compensation, hiring practices, training, recognition programs, communication and diversity efforts

* A site audit evaluating workplace practices, policies and demographics

“Our employees play a big part in creating an environment where they enjoy working, through their suggestions and feedback,” said Greg Grimes, Executive Vice President of Human Resources in Asia Pacific. “We are incredibly proud to be recognized as one of the best companies to work for in Asia. This affirms our people strategy and what we have been doing to develop, involve and engage our employees. CEVA’s greatest asset is our talented team of employees. Our goal is for every employee to be proud to work here and feel confident about growing their career with CEVA.”

CEVA operates in a multicultural, global environment and is a richly diverse organization operating seamlessly as one company with approximately 44,000 employees in more than 170 countries. In Singapore, we have over 700 employees who dedicate themselves to delivering effective and robust supply chain solutions making our customers business flow.
 

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