The State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM joined the 14 companies awarded AON Best Employer 2016 in Russia.
The award ceremony AON Best Employers Russia 2016 was held on November 22, 2016 as part of HR forum “Strategic Issues of Human Resource Management” organized by the business newspaper Vedomosti. Director of Axes Management (Aon Hewitt Alliance Member) Sergey Lvov and Head of Development at AON Best Employers, Russia, Ksenia Petrova handed over commemorative figurines and international certificates AON Best Employer 2016 to the winner-companies.
“ROSATOM is one of the best success stories among company-participants of the certification. The first involvement measurement at ROSATOM was carried out in 2011. Annually, the indicators incremented a bit showing steady growth and, at last, ROSATOM joined the best employers’ rating. By the way, in 2015 ROSATOM, literally, lacked several points to the victory, which it has achieved this year. This rating feature is that the employees, in fact, judge on their employer. We are very glad that ROSATOM has been awarded the deserved prize as one of the best employers in this country. Now, it is important to hold the gained positions. ROSATOM actively works in the foreign markets, and I hope the getting of the authoritative international certificate will help it engage the best staff in its host countries,” Director of Axes Management Ltd. noted.
Also, the ceremony included a plenary on “The Work to Involve: Experience of Leading Companies”, where First Deputy CEO for Corporate Functions and Chief Financial Officer of ROSATOM Nikolai Solomon took part. Representatives of winner-companies acted as experts and shared their best practices with the audience.
AON Best Employers is one of most well-known international certification systems organized by Aon Hewitt in 2001 to secure recognition of organizations which create competitive advantages by staking on human capital. The AON Best Employers certification is based on inquiries of employees, top management, HR officers of companies, and measures four indices: involvement, trust in management, sustainable development and efficiency culture, brand, and employer. These allow assessing each company maximally objective. In Russia, the certification has run since 2006. More than 1,000 world companies took part in the 2016 research.