Following the impacts of the pandemic, Malaysia’s economy is now on an upward track for recovery amidst more relaxed restrictions and successful vaccination programmes. Despite this, the country will need to check for external headwinds that are still affecting some economies today, such as the resurgence of cases in the region and the tightening monetary policies across the globe.
Businesses will need more than ever strong leaders who are capable of managing risks and adapting to the ever-changing economic environment whilst also being able to support its employees.
With this, Singapore Business Review is now opening its doors for this year’s Malaysia Management Excellence Awards.
The awards programme will honour the country’s most outstanding leaders, innovators, and teams whose initiatives have brought tangible business results for the success of their respective companies. It will also highlight employee engagement and COVID management activities that had a beneficial impact on the workforce or on customers.
“It is very rewarding. Knowing that we have impacted the organisation and the lives of the people that we work with at foodpanda is one thing. Putting ourselves forward for this award is a big thing, because it’s not just recognition for the organisation as a whole, but really the hard workers who are really making these visions come to life,” said Sukhveer Singh Ajay, Head, People & Culture at foodpanda Malaysia.
The company was lauded with the Employee Engagement of the Year Award and Team of the Year Award in the Technology Services category at the SBR Malaysia Management Excellence Awards 2021.
Nominations are open until 7 October 2022. A panel consisting of thought leaders and industry experts will carefully evaluate each entry. Winners will be recognised via an awards dinner which will take place on November 2022.