AirAsia named top employer in two categories at award ceremony


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  • Monday, 21 Oct 2019

AirAsia South-East Asia (AASEA) CEO Sandeep Devgon and AirAsia Head of People Solution, People and Culture Yazid Misnan at the Graduates Choice Awards 2019.

PETALING JAYA: AirAsia has been voted as the top employer in the e-commerce and shared services categories at the Graduates Choice Awards 2019.

“We are honoured to be voted as one of Malaysia’s top employers. At AirAsia, we don’t just look at skills or experience, but for people who are able to live and breathe our values with passion. Last year, we recruited 4,600 employees globally.

“We are also proud to be recognised in the e-commerce category for two consecutive years, an employment category we’ve been working hard to recruit for, as we transform AirAsia into a digital travel and lifestyle company.

"We would like to thank the organisers and the 25,000 undergraduates who voted for us, ” its chief people and culture officer Varun Bhatia said in a statement on Monday (Oct 21).

AirAsia South-East Asia CEO Sandeep Devgon and Head of People Solution, People and Culture Yazid Misnan accepted the award.

The Graduates Choice Awards 2019 is voted by university students in Malaysia. The award ceremony was held at the Sunway Hotel Resort and Spa on Oct 18.

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