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Aon Hewitt’s Best Employers Middle East Awards recognise companies committed to engaging employees and creating a positive working environment. Path Solutions has received an illustrious award for being one of the region’s ‘Best Employers’ for 2013 at an exclusive event hosted by organizers Aon Hewitt, the global talent, retirement and health solutions business of Aon plc.
The award for being one of the Aon Hewitt’s 15 ‘Best Employers in the Middle East 2013’ was presented to Mohammed Kateeb, Group Chairman & CEO at Path Solutions by Michael Gruber, Head of Leadership Consulting at Aon Hewitt EMEA, at a high profile ceremony held at The Address Downtown, Dubai. They were joined by HR guru Inderjeet Singh, VP Human Capital at Path Solutions, and over 200 business leaders from across the region, including senior management from Aon Hewitt, members of the judging panel, CEOs and HR specialists.
It follows Aon Hewitt’s third Best Employers Middle East survey, which this year looked at more than 130 businesses and a combined total of over 13,000 employees surveyed. This is representative of a total workforce of more than 267,000 people from around the Middle East – making it the most extensive study of its kind in the region.
Opening the event, Michael Gruber, Head of Leadership Consulting at Aon Hewitt EMEA, presented this year’s study findings, key trends and what differentiates the ‘best from the rest’, before presenting the awards to the 2013 winners.
“We are delighted to have awarded a record number of companies Best Employer status this year. Path Solutions is one among an exclusive group of employers that have made exceptional efforts to foster high levels of employee engagement, and their efforts should be celebrated,” said Dr. Markus Wiesner, Chief Executive Officer at Aon Hewitt Middle East.
Path Solutions recognises that an organisation’s biggest investment and primary assets are its human capital. It has identified talent development as a key driver to increase performance. Creating a workplace where individual talents can flourish is essential to its ability to provide clients with innovative solutions to meet their ever-changing needs. In this regard, Path Solutions is committed to providing its people with significant opportunities to expand their knowledge and develop their skills. The company aims to support diversity and inclusion initiatives through a comprehensive, company-wide strategy focused on driving positive changes at all levels, from junior employees to senior leaders.
Commenting on the event, Mohammed Kateeb, Group Chairman & CEO at Path Solutions, said “At Path Solutions we take great pride in creating an environment that supports and motivates the high quality talent we attract and we are proud to have been recognised by Aon Hewitt for our commitments to our employees. At Path Solutions, we understand the individual needs of our employees and we aim to offer bespoke support so each employee reaches his full potential.”
Launched globally over 10 years ago, Best Employers has become an international benchmark for business, reflecting the opinions of an unprecedented number of employees and providing companies with a unique opportunity to assess and understand the level of employee engagement. 
Best Employers Middle East will be returning in 2014 and is open now for registration. To find out more and to register interest in participating in next year’s survey, visit www.aon.com/bestemployersme or connect via LinkedIn at www.linkedin.com/groups/Best-Employers-Middle-East-4731220 for more details.
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