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Guinness Nigeria wins Great Place to Work on its 66th Anniversary

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Mayowa ADENIRAN

Guinness Nigeria has been named as one of the bestplaces to work in Nigeria for 2015. The company also clinched the top spot for the Excellencein Wellness Award at the Great Place to Work Institute which held its awards ceremonyrecently held in Lagos. The awards also added shine to Guinness Nigeria as the companywas also celebrating 66 years of being incorporated Nigeria.

Receiving the award, Monica Peach, Human Resources Director, Guinness Nigeria, said that shewas proud to receive the award. “This is a great achievement moment for us and I feel proudto accept this award on behalf of the management and staff of Guinness Nigeria. We aredelighted at this recognition which is a celebration of our greatest asset – our people. It is ourdesire to get back to the top spot in the coming years.”

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(L-R) Sesan Sobowale, Corporate Relations Director, Guinness Nigeria Plc, Mr Ben Langat, Managing Director, Nigerian Bottling Company and Monica Peach, Human Resources Director, Guinness Nigeria Plc receiving the award for Guinness Nigeria as the company won the 3rd best place to work in Nigeria during the Great Place to Work awards in Lagos recently.

According to Victor Ligbago, a spokesperson from the Great Place to Work Institute, “GuinnessNigeria has demonstrated outstanding performance in the Trust Index and Culture AuditSurvey and showcased best practices in employee policies and programmes which exemplifythe five dimensions of the Great Place to Work Model: credibility, respect, fairness, pride andcamaraderie’’.

Sesan Sobowale, Corporate Relations Director, Guinness Nigeria, further commented: “It hasbeen a challenging few months with an extremely dynamic and volatile economic environment.We believe that this recognition, coming at this time will give all our employees the added impetus required to work together to grow our business into the future.”

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