#Top100 Infographic: Top 100 companies to work in 2016


Leading talent management portal and recruitment provider, Jobberman, has released the list of the top 100 companies to work for in 2016 in Nigeria. This list was collated from anonymous respondents in various companies in the country and is based on

  • Job Security
  • Monthly Salary
  • Career Growth Prospects
  • Company Management
  • Work/Life Balance
  • Staff Welfare
  • Employee Relationship
  • Gender Equality
  • Organisational Structure

172 companies were nominated, and the top 100 selected. Nominations by current and former employees had a higher weighting than those who nominated companies based on hearsay or public perception. The final scores per company were then normalised to take account of companies who have thousands of employees. Only companies confirmed to have more than 50 employees were considered in the final result. (Jobberman). The key parameters considered in the survey are as follows:

  • Gender
  • Age
  • Employment Status
  • Level of Experience
  • Monthly Salary
  • Current Organisation of Employment
  • Reasons for Commitment to Current Employer
  • Job Satisfaction
  • Career Growth Prospects
  • Work-Life Balance
  • Staff Welfare
  • Equal Opportunity Policy
  • Company Culture

A few highlights are below:

  • 71% of staff are between 26 and 40 years old, 67% of which are male and 32.7% female
  • 32% of staff are entry level, 46.6% are middle level and 20.5% are senior level
  • 51% earn under #100,000, 23% earn in the #100,000 and #150,000 range, and just 4.1% earn over #500,000 monthly
  • 56% have stayed at their current employment up to 2 years, 28% have stayed up to 5 years, and just 9% have stayed over 7 years
  • Only 6.7% are currently very satisfied with their job, 29.8% are fairly satisfied, and 21.9% are not satisfied
  • 72% of these companies have a Nigerian CEO and 28% an expatriate at the helm
  • 51% are willing to change jobs and 15% are willing to stay at their current jobs

See infographic below

See the rest of the statistics here

Source: Jobberman


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