English Biscuit Manufacturers (EBM), the leading food FMCG company in Pakistan, has been recognised as the Best-in-Class top 10 companies across industries and has yet again won the ‘Best Place to Work amongst FMCG industry’ award for the fifth consecutive time.
The rankings, compiled and issued by the ‘Pakistan Society of Human Resource Management’ (PSHRM) and ‘Engage Consulting’, are based on a comprehensive study of 140+ companies and 40,000+ employees. The survey measures the organisation’s engagement and capabilities across key parameters of foresight, growth, belonging, alignment, and commitment.
EBM’s continued efforts to nurture quality human resources and implement industry-best practices have been recognised and awarded numerous times. The continuous recognition in this prestigious ranking has proved EBM’s dedication and commitment to providing its employees with the best and most enabling workplace.
EBM has pioneered in implementing family-friendly policies in Pakistan and has demonstrated leadership in employee-focused initiatives, creating a culture of shared values and well-being.
EBM considers its employees their most valuable assets and provides an environment built on its agenda of nourishing its workforce through sustainable employee policies and procedures.
Expressing gratitude for this momentous achievement, Managing Director and CEO of EBM, Dr Zeelaf Munir, said, “It’s of immense honour to receive the ‘Best Place to Work’ award for the fifth consecutive time. At EBM, we firmly believe that implementing employee-centric policies plays an instrumental role in retaining a committed and engaged workforce. This triumph manifests the vision and principles we have steadfastly upheld throughout our 57-year journey, underscoring EBM’s visionary stance on progress and capacity building.”
“EBM has always prioritised achieving excellence and has maintained a performance-driven culture. Our strength is undeniably drawn from an unwavering faith in our employees and their innate capacity to steer their respective teams toward success.”, Dr Zeelaf Munir added.