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MediaReach OMD Emerges Among Nigeria’s Best Working Place

Victoria Hanson
 Jobberman the leading Job/Career portal in Nigeria has published its 2017 report of Top 100 Best Companies to work for in Nigeria, with mediaReach OMD as the only Media Agency that featured in this list, ranking No. 35.

Jobberman annually reviews the best places to work in Nigeria and provides a comprehensive rating of employee satisfaction and commitment across employers in Nigeria. 
The 3rd annual Jobberman Best 100 Companies to Work for, focuses on identifying, recognising and celebrating the top employers in Nigeria as rated by employees and professionals.
The survey is conducted online with experts across all industries utilising its 2 million+ database of entry-level job seekers and seasoned professionals; as well as reaching out through email, social media, and partner channels, with  the survey response is measured across various parameters including Job Satisfaction, Career Growth Prospects, Work-Life Balance, Staff Welfare, Equal Opportunity Policy, Company Culture, etc.
Commenting on the findings, Alaba Fadero, Executive Director/COO, mediaReach OMD, says: “We are very delighted about this recognition considering our 17 years investment in our most important assets – ‘Our people’, through constant intensive training & development initiatives and we shall continue to strive to promote working conditions driven by merit and values of business integrity.
We are also happy to see most of our Clients who we currently work for or have worked with in the past also featuring in the list of top 100”.
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