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The 2021 Top Employers have been announced and the National Lotteries
Commission (NLC) has been recognised as a Top Employer in South Africa.
Being certified as a Top Employer showcases an organisation’s dedication to a better world of work and exhibits this through excellent HR policies and people practices.
The Top Employers Institute programme certifies organizations based on the participation and results of their HR Best Practices Survey. This survey covers 6 HR domains consisting of 20 topics such as People Strategy, Work Environment, Talent Acquisition, Learning, Well-being and Diversity & Inclusion and more.
Top Employers Institute CEO David Plink says: “Despite the challenging year we have experienced (which has certainly made an impact on organisations around the globe), the NLC has continued to demonstrate the power of putting their people first in the workplace.
We are proud to share this year’s announcement and congratulate
the organizations who have been certified in their respective countries through the Top Employers Institute programme.”
The programme has certified and recognized more than 1 600 Top Employers in 120 countries/regions across five continents.
About Top Employers Institute
Top Employers Institute is the global authority on recognising excellence in
People Practices. We help accelerate these practices to enrich the world of
work. Through the Top Employers Institute Certification Programme, participating companies can be validated, certified and recognised as an employer of choice.
Established 30 years ago, Top Employers Institute has certified over 1 600
organisations in 120 countries/regions. These certified Top Employers positively impact the lives of over 7 million employees globally.
Top Employers Institute. For a better world of work.
About the National Lotteries Commission
The National Lotteries Commission (NLC) is established by the Lotteries Act No 57 of 1997, as amended to regulate lotteries in South Africa. From these regulatory activities, revenue is generated to distribute to good causes to uplift South African communities.
National Lotteries Commission
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