ust named top employer 2023 for 10 countries and retains prestigious blue seal certification for north america and asia pacific from tei
Digital transformation solutions company UST has received the coveted 2023 ‘Blue Seal’ certification from the Top Employers Institute (TEI) for the North America and Asia-Pacific regions for the second time.
In addition, UST has been re-certified as a Top Employer of 2023 in the United States, Malaysia, Mexico, the United Kingdom, Taiwan, Philippines, Canada, India, the and Spain.
For the first time the UST has also been named a top employer in the region of Australia.
TEI knows it has to further enhance UST’s brand recognition as a leading workplace in many markets. UST was ranked seventh among the top employers in the United Kingdom, up from ninth place in 2022, to receive the coveted Blue Seal on two continents again in 2023. UST has been certified as a TEI Top Employer since 2018, increasing its performance with each passing year. With its continued presence in the TEI ratings, UST ranks among an elite group of companies worldwide that excel in employee conditions, people policies and programs.
TEI has a reputation as a premier ratings agency, certifying employers that create optimal working conditions with opportunities for development.
Top Employers’ are recognized internationally of this company. TEI’s comprehensive survey covers six HR domains, 20 subjects were part of it.
Kavita Kurup the Global Head of Human Resources of UST made a statement on it- At UST, putting employees first is central to our identity and we are proud that our efforts to create and adapt to constantly evolving talent needs and the talent landscape have been recognized by TEI. As our footprint expands globally, UST will continue to focus on employee engagement and experience, providing opportunities for personal and career development. TEI’s rigorous criteria help us to stay focused on meeting the emerging needs of our employees as we create boundless impact and transform lives through digital transformation,”