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Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by JARUSHUB: 1:00pm On Apr 11, 2018
The Best 100 Companies to Work For in Nigeria is an annual list published by Jobberman. This report ranks companies in Nigeria based on job satisfaction, employee happiness, career growth prospects, work-life balance and other relevant metrics as voted for by employees and career professionals.

The 4th edition of the ranking considered a total of 2,156 valid respondents, consisting of career professionals and employees across Nigerian owned companies and multinationals.


Top 5 by Sector

Energy (Oil & Gas etc)

Chevron
Shell
Exxomobil
NNPN
Total

Financial Institutions (Banks etc)

UBA
Union Bank
Access Bank
CBN
GTB


Consumer Goods (FMCG)

Guiness
Nigerian Breweries
Procter & Gamble
Nestle
Cussons


ICT

Andela
Google
Semfix
IBM
Laver3

- Men and women are almost as satisfied with their current place of work; 63% men while 61% women.
- There are more women in entry-level positions, while more men with a slightly greater percentage occupy mid and senior-level positions.
- There is a greater percentage of men in the higher salary bracket while there is a greater percentage of women in the lower salary bracket.
- Men are also less willing at 24% to stay at their current place of employment than women at 34%.
- Most entrepreneurs are over 40 years of age.
- Pay is the most important factor for the younger demographic, closely followed by proximity to home.
- Employees in more senior-level positions rate their companies lower; however, they are not as willing to leave as the entry-level employees, who have a higher flight risk.
- On job satisfaction, business owners are looking for flexible working conditions and an opportunity for societal impact as their two top factors.
- Entry to Senior level employees both seek the same two top traits, pay and proximity to home, although the order changes from pay to proximity as the levels go higher.


METHODOLOGY
In subsequent lines, we will examine the analysis of the methods applied for the survey. This covers details like the categorisation of respondents as well as parameters used in measuring job satisfaction. RESPONDENT CATEGORISATION
Respondents were categorised into two broad sections – internal and external. Both categories capture employed respondents on the premise who provide an accurate view of the metrics used in the ranking of the Best 100 Companies to Work For in Nigeria. Internal respondents are employees who work within an organisation while external respondents refer to employed respondents who have moved on to other organisations.


The key parameters for classification of respondents are highlighted below:
- Gender & Age
- Experience Level
- Salary Level
- Years of Experience
- Job Satisfaction

The major work parameters responsible for the satisfaction ratings, as indicated above were centred primarily on Monthly Salary, Work-life Balance, Career Growth and Advancement, Welfare Benefits and Job Security according to their order of importance to employees and career professionals.

http://www.jraushub.com/best-companies-to-work-for-in-nigeria-in-2018-jobberman/

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Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by JARUSHUB: 1:02pm On Apr 11, 2018
Unsurprisingly, we have coached more than 250 candidates for interviews and assessment center exercises into more than 50% of the best 100 firms. Our success rate is circa 90%.

Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by 1cor2v9: 1:52pm On Apr 11, 2018
Jobberman should grow up and learn to release this yearly trash with facts and figures to back it up.
Truth is there are hundreds of silent companies in these country that top most of the above listed companies

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Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by WaywardSon(m): 2:21pm On Apr 11, 2018
Do they/Will they hire based on Merit?
And thats the Million dollar question that'll plague this country for decades

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Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by SleakBuzzPR: 2:21pm On Apr 11, 2018
The best company you could ever work for is your own company.

Sometimes you might not post outstanding profit in 3 months but other times.....you could make a banker's annual salary within a week.....If you are on the right course.

With that said.....Fvck Jobberman and their useless and unverified analytics.

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Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by kennosklint(m): 2:21pm On Apr 11, 2018
Nonsense
Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by bastien: 2:22pm On Apr 11, 2018
No try work for ndokwa hotel oo

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Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by NwaAmaikpe: 2:22pm On Apr 11, 2018
shocked


Nice compilation.
So all these places exist yet Nigerians complain of being unemployed.

Sadly but ironically over 70% of Nigerians are all working in Akin Alabi's company Nairabet and making the dude rich as hell while they remain impoverished.

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Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by Nobody: 2:23pm On Apr 11, 2018
Giftlygifted Limited nko?1 angry

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Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by niggi4life(m): 2:23pm On Apr 11, 2018
hmm.... There are some Coded company that you've never heard their names before and if you hear the salary package they offer you will be amazed..

I would have given some names but because of their anonymity i wont do so..


Was gisting with my little cousin who just got a job as a Project Coordinator in one of these firms i'm talking about, When he showed me the total package( The Offer Letter was about 6 pages) I was wowed... A total package for someone with about (2Years Experience ) of 7.6 Million per Annum, One other friend i knew got a job in a firm someone around Ikoyi, No name, No sign post, Very few of their staffs on LinkedIn but the way they pay their staffs, you will marvel

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Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by wwwtortoise(m): 2:24pm On Apr 11, 2018
angry

BB9ja

No experience required

No certificate required

Bonus criterion: be sexually fit

And you walkaway with a whooping sum of 45m + tear-rubber SUV after 3months .

Ask efe.

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Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by Jatinzbusinessc(m): 2:24pm On Apr 11, 2018
cool

The best company to work in Nigeria is Jatinz Business Concept, and it's my company.
The only thing is that I have not started employing yet shocked


The recession is too mush but hoping to start employing very soon.

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Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by MaziOmenuko: 2:24pm On Apr 11, 2018
Backyard statistics

2,156 valid respondents, consisting of career professionals and employees across Nigerian owned companies and multinationals.


2k respondents alone? Lol...try taking a more robust sample size; 2,156 represents less than 0.0001 of total private workers. If you took sample from 2,156 companies, then your conclusion may be valid to a large extent. I am sure you sent your questionnaire to staff of only those 100 selected companies and then graded those 100 pre-selected companies based on result of the questionaire collated.

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Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by Stemkay: 2:25pm On Apr 11, 2018
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Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by JARUSHUB: 2:26pm On Apr 11, 2018
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Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by Youngadvocate(m): 2:27pm On Apr 11, 2018
Seamfix gave me two offers and I lost both

Couldn't get a job afterwards

Now into freelancing
Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by condralbedez: 2:27pm On Apr 11, 2018
Ok
Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by condralbedez: 2:27pm On Apr 11, 2018
Why is Yahoo Yahoo.?
Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by zicoraads: 2:28pm On Apr 11, 2018
1cor2v9:
Jobberman should grow up and learn to release this yearly trash with facts and figures to back it up.
Truth is there are hundreds of silent companies in these country that top most of the above listed companies
#Word cool

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Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by SNIPER123: 2:29pm On Apr 11, 2018
grin
What of N-Power and Sure P
Affliction will not rise the second time grin grin grin
Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by Achillesdam500(m): 2:29pm On Apr 11, 2018
NwaAmaikpe:
shocked


Nice compilation.
Sadly; over 70% of Nigerians are all working in Akin Alabi's company Nairabet.
Do you work in any of the listed above?
I did some research on you and realized no matter how hard the people around you try to work sense into your encaphalon,the harder they try,the worse you get.

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Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by Tohzara(m): 2:29pm On Apr 11, 2018
1) MY COMPANY

2) MY COMPANY

3) MY COMPANY

4) MY COMPANY

5) MY COMPANY

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Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by hotproforum: 2:30pm On Apr 11, 2018
Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by thoollz: 2:30pm On Apr 11, 2018
Bullshit!!! If no b connection, it can't b anything. They give people contract jobs and retain d main job for their people.

Street ti take over. Hustle and start your business. No one cares. Be comfortable with monthly crumbs or b a boss, d choice is yours.
Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by skydancer: 2:32pm On Apr 11, 2018
Secapay will soon be on the list, Amen.
Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by enemyofprogress: 2:34pm On Apr 11, 2018
Not surprised that nairaland is not on the list,seun na aradite super gum

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Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by KrystosCJ(m): 2:35pm On Apr 11, 2018
Jobberman's surveys are purely cosmetic.
Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by Ubongdemaga: 2:35pm On Apr 11, 2018
jraushub:
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what of being a prison warder , police, army, immigration,custom n civil defence

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Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by Headlesschicken(m): 2:36pm On Apr 11, 2018
undecidedCrap..... Union bank wey dey sack like say u see dia mother n@kedness.... Sh!tty list....

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Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by KrystosCJ(m): 2:36pm On Apr 11, 2018
jraushub:
Share with us your most embarrassing interview moments with the tag #JarusHubInterviewCoaching. On Twitter (@jraushub) and Instagram (@jraushub). The 2 people with the most amazing stories (on Twitter and Instagram) as determined by us will get a free interview coaching slot with jraushub.

Why not a free referral to any of the companies listed above?

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Re: Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria In 2018 - Jobberman by hadura29(m): 2:37pm On Apr 11, 2018
NwaAmaikpe:
shocked


Nice compilation.
So all these places exist yet Nigerians complain of being unemployed.

Sadly but ironically over 70% of Nigerians are all working in Akin Alabi's company Nairabet and making the dude rich as hell

weyrey ile wa has spoken.... lols

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