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2015 marks a great year for Vodacom so far: we have been ranked the number one company to work for in the telecommunications sector, and among the top ten companies in South Africa overall by the Top Employers Institute.

The Top Employer South Africa Awards – which took place on Thursday, 1 October at a gala dinner held in Gallagher Estate, Johannesburg – saw Vodacom being ranked in the top 10 best companies, receiving certification for best human resource practice and being named the number one top employer in the telecommunications industry.

'We have invested significantly in the right HR operating framework, technology and optimal HR practices to deliver value to the business.'

– Vodacom Chief Officer: HR Matimba Mbungela

Top Employers is a global institute that certifies organisations that successfully demonstrate an exceptional HR environment and employee offerings. Vodacom Group Chief Officer: Human Resources Matimba Mbungela says: 'We have invested significantly in the right HR operating framework, technology and optimal HR practices to deliver value to the business.'

Mbungela says the overall employee value proposition is a reflection of us as a company – a true leader in delivering exceptional customer experience. 

The comprehensive independent research by the Top Employers Institute revealed that Vodacom Group provides exceptional employee conditions, nurtures and develops talent throughout all levels of the organisation and has demonstrated its leadership status in the human resources environment, always striving to optimise its employment practices and to develop its employees.

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