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12 Aug, 2015
12 Aug, 2015
Metropolitan represents a microcosm of the African society. 90% of our employees are from designated previously disadvantaged groups – evidence of our dynamic culture of empowerment, begun more than two decades ago.
Today we grow, mentor and accelerate skills, guided by the internationally recognised “Investors in People” management approach, helping to raise employee performance to the highest standards, but more importantly, actively building a culture of happy, healthy, proud employees.
To all employees we offer a holistic range of incentives, resources and responses that answer individual needs and aspirations – from wellness facilities to housing, vehicle and study finance, transport, sports facilities and more.
Metropolitan is committed to building a workforce where employees feel valued and involved and ultimately retained by the company.
The company is also working to increase engagement levels by strengthening relationships between management and employees and creating a culture of two-way communication.
Employee engagement is likely to be enhanced in circumstances where employees are recognised as important stakeholders and are informed of and consulted about matters that affect them at work.
This is true at the individual and collective level, but also understands and addresses the diverse backgrounds and experiences of employees.
Our success will be evident through effective two-way communication with employees that is accessible, relevant and timely. An environment, physical and social, and the culture and climate of the organisation have an important impact on the well-being of employees.
Success in an approach to provide equality of opportunities and respect for diversity will be central to the creation of the environment Metropolitan seeks.
Objectives over the next three years include:
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