On December 3, Air Liquide China was presented“Best Practice in Engagement & Retention” Award at China Staff Awards Ceremony in Shanghai. Air Liquide China was among 4 leading companies from various industries receiving recognition in human resources (HR) achievements at the event.
Launched in 1998 by Wolters Kluwer, China Staff Awards is an annual award ceremony in the HR field in China, renowned for its authoritativeness due to strict selection criteria. This year, more than 100 well-known Chinese and foreign enterprises applied for the awards.
This year marks Air Liquide China’s first award at the event, clearly illustrating the company’s fruitful results in employee development and retention. The company’s appealing employer image is mainly attributable to its continuous investment in creating a corporate culture which inspires employees to fully exercise their talents and realize their values. In particular, Air Liquide China dedicates itself to cultivating a learning organization by encouraging on-the-job training as well as developing a comprehensive training system to enhance employees’ capabilities and facilitate their career advancement. Moreover, the company implements a Technical Community Leader (TCL) system, which provides a special additional career development path for technical professionals. To date, a total of 227 international and local experts have been nominated in China.
Jasmine Wu, Human Resources Vice President of Air Liquide China, commented: “This prestigious award acknowledges not only our HR strategies and policies, but our overall positive image as an employer. Air Liquide China will continue to leverage our world-class HR practices to create an ideal workplace and to attract, retain and motivate talent.”
On December 4, Air Liquide China also won the “100 Best HRM Companies 2015” Award from 51job, a leading integrated human resources service provider in China. This is the fourth consecutive time the company has received this award, which also recognizes Air Liquide China’s excellent human resources practices.
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