These are the best Nigerian companies to work for according to Jobberman – Nairametrics

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The 2019 best 100 companies to work for in Nigeria have been unveiled by Jobberman. As expected, the list is dominated by many of the biggest and most valuable companies in the country. These companies also cut across different sectors of the economy.
Note that over 60, 000 companies were surveyed to arrive at the top one hundred. The research was conducted based on feedback from respondents drawn from major cities such as Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt, and others.
The pervading theme of the research is employee satisfaction and happiness. Jobberman also highlighted the key parameters of the respondents in the survey thus:
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At the end of the survey, about 3,148 valid responses were used in the final analysis to arrive at the top one hundred best companies to work for in Nigeria. The names of the companies are listed below in order of ranking, with one being the best.
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To see the rest of the companies, download the full report here.
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