Top 5 Best Employers in Indonesia for 2016

September 9, 20168:36 am891 views

PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia, Tbk., BPJS Ketenagakerjaan, and PT Bank DBS Indonesia make it to the list of the Best Employers in Indonesia for the first time.

Aon Hewitt, the global talent, retirement and health solutions business of Aon plc, has named five organisations as Aon Best Employers – Indonesia 2016.

In this year’s challenging business environment, CEOs identified market factors and people issues as the top two challenges that impact their organisation’s ability to succeed. They also named rising salaries, critical skills shortage, and poor availability and selection of talent as the top people risks in Indonesia.

What are the top three drivers for employee engagement in Indonesia?

Aon Best Employers in Indonesia achieved 25 points higher engagement scores than the market average by standing out in these three areas:

1. Senior leadership: Employees at Best Employers are 1.3 times more likely to feel that senior leadership treats them as the organisation’s most valuable asset.
2. Career opportunities: Employees at Best Employers are 1.2 times more likely to feel their organisations offer excellent career opportunities compared to other strong performers in the market and industry.
3. Brand: Employees working for best employers are 1.2 times more likely to feel that their organisation delivers on promises, it makes to employees.

How do Best Employers lead the way?

Best Employers in Indonesia understand the importance of strong organisational culture as the differentiator that drives employee engagement, and ultimately, sustained business results.

High Performance Culture
• 100% of Best Employers integrate promotion-linked goals into performance management (market average, 59%).
• 100% of Best Employers provide coaching to their managers on how to provide career advice to their teams (market average, 76%).
• 80% of Best Employers hold their managers accountable for their team’ engagement levels by linking managers’ performance ratings with employee engagement levels (market average, 65%).
• 80% of Best Employers measure and reward managers on their people management quality (market average, 59%).

High Employee Engagement
• Best Employers achieve engagement scores of 88% (market average, 63%).
• 100% of Best Employers have talent programmes targeted at Gen Y employees (market average, 59%).

Effective Leadership
• Best Employers develop engaging leaders, with 100% of Best Employer organisations providing effective feedback on how leadership styles influence the team (market average, 82%)
• 100% of Best Employers have formal mentoring programmes to develop an effective leadership pipeline (market average, 82%).

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Compelling Employer Brand 
• Best Employers have great ambassadors, with 89% of employees saying they would recommend the organisation to someone looking for a job (market average, 66%)

Jeremy Andrulis, CEO Southeast Asia, Aon Hewitt, said: “From recruitment right through to exit, Best Employers in Indonesia employ talent strategies to drive business results. This includes agile and rapid delivery of HR services using cloud solutions as well as using technology for continuous listening—or gathering feedback and acting on it quickly—so that the workforce remains engaged throughout the employee life cycle.”

The Aon Best Employers – Indonesia 2016 are:

Organisation Category
PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia, Tbk. Best of the Best Employers
BPJS Ketenagakerjaan Best Employer – Indonesia
PT Adira Dinamika Multi Finance, Tbk. Best Employer – Indonesia
PT Bank DBS Indonesia Best Employer – Indonesia
PT Birotika Semesta (DHL Express Indonesia) Best Employer – Indonesia

Marriott International – Indonesia is named an Aon Best Employer – Indonesia 2016 through the Global programme.

Three special recognitions were also given out:

Organisation Category
PT PP (Persero) Tbk Best Employer for Commitment to Engagement
Nu Skin Indonesia Best Employer for Generation Y
PT Bank DBS Indonesia Best Employer for Women in the Workforce

Lusi Lubis, Managing Director Indonesia, Aon Hewitt, said: “With the average employee spending 2.5 hours a day on mobile devices, HR is pressured to deliver a consumer-grade experience. HR transformation becomes more critical than ever, and Best Employers use digital tools to deliver exceptional employee experience and drive engagement.”

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