employer of choice
Orange’s commitments as a leading employer and the quality of our HR programmes make people want to join our company – and stay with us. Here are some of the recent distinctions Orange received as an employer around the world.
Top Employer Global 2018!
Orange received – on 15 February 2018 – the Top Employer Global 2018 certificate for Excellence in Employee Conditions.
This award recognises the best HR policies and practices – and we earned it for the second year running. 30 countries and territories on the five continents where Orange operates, in particular through Orange Business Services, successfully took part in the Top Employer assessment procedure.
Orange is now one of thirteen companies worldwide, and the only telco, to boast this certificate on a global level.
Top Employer Europe 2018
In 2018, Orange received once again the Top Employer Europe certificate.
Orange in Belgium, Spain, France, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Moldova, Luxembourg, and Orange Business Services in the UK contributed to this pan-European certification.
Top Employer Africa 2018
On October 12, 2017, for the fifth year in a row, Orange received the Top Employer Africa label. This 2018 distinction was obtained thanks to the certifications of Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Egypt, Guinea, Madagascar, Mali, Morocco, Niger and Senegal, as well as those of Orange Business Services in South Africa, Egypt and Mauritius..
Orange is still one of Africa’s Top 3 Employers for the second year!
Top Employer Asia Pacific 2018
The commitment of Orange Business Services and its teams has enabled the Group to be certified in Australia, China, India, Hong Kong, Russia and Singapore and to be certified as one of the Top Employers in Asia Pacific for the third year.
On 5 continents
The Group is also certified as Top Employer 2018 in Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Egypt, United States, Mauritius, India, Hong Kong, Russia and Singapore thanks to Orange Business Services.
The Top Employer approach
The assessment process is based on a questionnaire filled in by the company’s HR team. Experts at the Top Employers Institute then compare the answers with the best practices in the country. This methodology, which requires a payment from the participating companies, produces a report on their strengths and areas of improvement.