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Mahmoudia Group ranks among ‘Top 20 Companies to Work for in Jordan’

Magazine selected more than 45 companies operating within different sectors to vie for its readers’ votes.

In recognition of the great value it places in its employees, Mahmoudia Group – the sole and official dealer of Jaguar and Land Rover cars, as well as Chopard and Tufenkjian Jewellery in the Kingdom – has been named one of the ‘Top 20 Companies to Work for in Jordan’ by Jordan Business, a leading independent corporate magazine.

The announcement was made following a fierce competition, whereby the magazine selected more than 45 companies operating within different sectors to vie for its readers’ votes.

The results were determined by more than 50,000 votes received through Jordan Business’ website, based on 10 main selection criteria. These included: Staff turnover; pay scale; benefits; office environment; opportunity for growth; market credibility and reputation; communication with departments; physical workplace; employee training and skills development; as well as community involvement.

Samir K. Rifai, Mahmoudia Group’s Chief Operating Officer, commented, “At Mahmoudia Group, every member of the team has contributed to the one-of-a-kind culture that makes our company a wonderful work place. It is our employees’ commitment and undeterred passion to succeed that drive the Group to excel in every facet of its operations. Therefore, we understand the importance of retaining and nurturing our employees, encouraging multi-way communication, and motivating them to excel in performance. We continuously strive for our employees to experience job satisfaction by investing in programs that promote a culture of transparency, innovation and collaboration. On this note, we are honoured to be acknowledged as one of the ‘Top 20 Companies to Work for in Jordan’, which is a true testimony of the efforts we have put into creating an environment that deepens relations and trust, and fosters growth on both the professional and personal fronts.”