SEB Announced Most Attractive Employer in Lithuania
OREANDA-NEWS. June 20, 2012. SEB in Lithuania announced the Most Attractive Employer in Lithuania for the 4th year in a row. It is the 6th award of SEB Lithuania in this area, i. e., SEB was announced to be the Most Attractive Employers in Lithuania in the year 2005, in 2007 and later in 2009, 2010 and 2011. Business daily Verslo Zinios and the carrier portal CV.LT carried out the most attractive employer elections for the 8th year, reported the press-centre of SEB.
The winners were nominated in two categories: small and medium enterprises having up to 250 employees, and large companies category having more than 250 employees. Last year, SEB was also elected the most attractive employer in the category of large companies in Lithuania.
“To be the most attractive employer is a great acknowledgement. We are most grateful for it to bank’s employees, because namely them, while communicating with customers, friends or family, shape opinion about our bank. The fact that employees consider SEB as the dream employer shows that they are proud of working at SEB”, said Raimondas Kvedaras, President of SEB Bank in Lithuania, welcoming the elections results.
“Valuing our people and creating a great place to work is one of the priorities of SEB’s corporate sustainability. It is impossible to implement this goal overnight as it is a long, complex task requiring a lot of team work, and in the process we have to do a lot of work. It is exciting to find out that we move on in the right direction. The most attractive employer’s title for the 4th year in a row primarily means that despite all the challenges that we meet in uncertain market conditions, we create environment where each team member feels important, needed and motivated. I sincerely thank all employees for efforts to foster a strong team spirit in good or bad times that is seen and evaluated even by those who are not employed at SEB “, said Raimondas.
The most attractive employers in Lithuania 2012:
Barclays Technology Centre Limited
Small and Medium Enterprises: