Malabar Gold & Diamonds Wins “Best Employer Brand 2022” Award | THE DAILY TRIBUNE

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With an impressive retail network of over 290 showrooms in 10 countries, Malabar Gold & Diamonds, the 6th largest jewelry retailer in the world, received the award for “Best Employer Brand 2022” at the 9th edition of the prestigious GCC Best Employer Brand Awards. , held on October 13, 2022.

The brand has been recognized for its excellent work culture and employee relations. The awards were presented as part of the World Congress on Human Resource Development, which brings together thousands of professionals from over 133 countries and has been held regularly since 1993.

Mr. Deepak Ravindran, Human Resources Manager of Malabar Gold & Diamonds – International Operations, received the award on behalf of the organization. Malabar Gold & Diamonds is the flagship company of the Malabar Group, a leading diversified Indian business conglomerate.

With a strong workforce of 14,000 employees from diverse backgrounds, members of the Malabar Gold & Diamonds management team come from 25 different countries and speak more than 50 languages ​​and have been highly qualified to handle the varied sensitivities of the industry. company’s huge customer base.

The brand also invests considerable time and resources in developing employee skills with regular workshops and classes. “Providing our employees with a comfortable and prosperous work environment, ample opportunities for professional and personal growth, with due emphasis on their happiness and satisfaction, has always been a top priority at Malabar Gold & Diamonds.

The experienced workforce we deploy in all of our stores is a key driver of our success and we are very pleased to be recognized as Best Employer Brand. We will continue to foster a healthy and safe workspace for our staff and ensure that our brand raises its standards for a sustainable work environment,” said Mr. Abdul Salam KP, Vice President of Malabar Group.

Maintaining a culture of well-being at work, the company places particular emphasis on women’s empowerment and gender equality and has taken great care to establish a workplace without prejudice for all genders.

Integrating ESG (Environment, Social & Governance) principles into its core business, the com[1]-the company dedicates 5% of its profits to the empowerment of women, housing, health, education and the environment. The organization’s ESG objectives are periodically reinforced by integrating[1]responsibility and sustainability to remain a socially conscious and responsible organization.

Sarah C. Figueiredo