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Operator wins top employee award

USING international standards, the Top Employers project identifies the front-runners in HR management. The CRF Institute, the Netherlands-based organisation behind the Top Employers project, presented 20 organisations earlier this year that have been independently certified as Top Employers. The Top Employers Europe certification is only awarded to organisations that meet the highest standard in HR. In the research, all critical areas of HR management of the participating organisations were assessed. Mobile operator Orange is one of them, the institute writes on its website.

USING international standards, the Top Employers project identifies the front-runners in HR management. The CRF Institute, the Netherlands-based organisation behind the Top Employers project, presented 20 organisations earlier this year that have been independently certified as Top Employers. The Top Employers Europe certification is only awarded to organisations that meet the highest standard in HR. In the research, all critical areas of HR management of the participating organisations were assessed. Mobile operator Orange is one of them, the institute writes on its website.

“Orange has been certified as one of the Top Employers Europe 2013,” the website reads. “Independent research into their employee offerings shows this company has outstanding work conditions.”
Orange has been certified as a Top Employer Europe 2013 in Belgium, France, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Spain and the United Kingdom.

Orange Slovensko is the biggest mobile operator in Slovakia as well as a significant employer in the country, with more than 1,200 employees.

“People are the heart of our business and only thanks to their efforts can we constantly move ahead,” Andrea Danielová, the director of HR at Orange said as cited in the press release of Orange Slovensko. “The certificate Top Employer 2013 reflects our long-term ambition to be perceived as an employer which represents the best choice for our current as well as potential employees.”

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