First runner up went to Proctor and Gamble while Kenya Women Finance Trust scooped third place.
Family Bank scooped the best company to work for award in the financial services sector, while Proctor and Gamble scooped the best company to work for in the manufacturing industry.
Deloitte South Africa consulting partner Jack Sellschop said that the survey which is now in its second year had 60 companies participating and placed the focus on talent in a rapidly changing business environment.
“Increasing numbers of companies are expanding into the continent and these companies are becoming aware of the need to understand the perceptions of their employees towards their institutions and what value in the employer/employees relationship,” he said.
Sellschop said the survey looks at several parameters such as remuneration, work-life balance confidence in the organisation, operational effectiveness and job satisfaction.
“The survey also looks at the employees in terms of operational effectiveness and employee relationship with immediate supervisor the sense of inclusion in the organisation, overall job satisfaction and career development prospects among others,” he said.
He said the survey also offers the opportunity to develop insights into what motivates people, what attracts them to their companies and also collect hard data required to make these judgments.
The survey brought to a close a comprehensive process of analysing input of employees from 17 companies to ascertain which company they consider to be the best employer to work for.
The survey will expand into Tanzania and Uganda early next year before it spreads to the rest of the East African countries.