Air Liquide China honored again with “100 Best HRM Companies 2013” award
Air Liquide China has recently been awarded "100 Best Human Resource Management (HRM) Companies 2013" by 51job, a leading integrated human resources service provider in China. This is the second time that Air Liquide China has been consecutively granted with the award.
As one of the most comprehensive and thorough selection campaigns in the HRM field, this result was based on ten criteria, including quantity and quality of recruitment, employee training and development, ability to attract and retain talents, corporate social responsibilities, etc.
Developing talents is one of the strategic drivers of Air Liquide. The company has always attached great importance to talent attraction and development. To facilitate rapid business growth in China, the employee number increased from around 1000 in 2007 to over 3000 at the end of 2012. Air Liquide China recruits both experienced talents and fresh graduates through campus recruitment programs such as "Yang Fan" and "Qi Hang" . It puts great efforts in developing a complete training and qualification certification system to improve the employees' competence and explore their potential. In particular, the Technical Career Ladder (TCL) system provides a specialized career development path to technical professionals in addition to the conventional one. Till now, 149 TCL experts have already been nominated in China. Furthermore, fair performance appraisal system, competitive compensation and benefits scheme, diversified corporate culture all combine to make Air Liquide China an attractive employer in the rapidly evolving business environment in China.
Mr. Marcelo Fioranelli, President & CEO of Air Liquide China, commented, "People are the most valuable asset of our company. Winning this award again is a recognition of Air Liquide China's Human Resources strategy and policy. We will continue to invest in our people through competency and career development, while aiming to create the best workplace for our employees."