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Changi Airport Group ranked most attractive employer: Randstad SINGAPORE: Changi Airport Group (CAG) displaced Procter & Gamble as the most attractive employer in Singapore, while P&G and ExxonMobil came in second and third respectively, according to a Randstad survey. More than 200,000 respondents worldwide across different age groups, genders and educational levels took part in the survey, Randstad said in a news release on Thursday (Apr 7). This is the first time CAG has been ranked first. It came in third in 2014 and second in 2015. Randstad said CAG took first place in categories including financial health, good training, long-term job security, strong management, pleasant working atmosphere and environmental and social awareness. P&G was ranked first for career progression opportunities and good work-life balance, while ExxonMobil was voted most attractive for salary and employee benefits. CAG chief executive officer Lee Seow Hiang said that as an employer, the company is committed to put in its best efforts to keep employees motivated and engaged. "As a corporatised entity of only six years old, we are by any measure still a very young company. This recognition is therefore an encouragement for us to continue on this journey to build a company that will be one of the greatest place to work for,” said Mr Lee. - CNA/mz

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