Kenya Airways Crew
The Awards shine a spotlight on companies and people across the globe who have excelled in the last year at engaging with talent, creating inclusive workplaces, building strong employer brands, encouraging learning and development, and focusing on employee retention. [Photo/ Courtesy]

The national carrier Kenya Airways (KQ) has been named Best Employer Brand 2021 by the LinkedIn Talent Awards. The Awards shine a spotlight on companies and people across the globe who have excelled in the last year at engaging with talent, creating inclusive workplaces, building strong employer brands, encouraging learning and development, and focusing on employee retention.

Kenya Airways Chief People Officer, Evelyne Munyoki said that KQ remains committed to putting its people first and will continue to invest in empowering its people with the right tools and knowledge to deliver the best quality service for customers.

“Being recognized as a Best Employer in Sub-Saharan Africa is humbling and a reflection of the passion of our teams to ensure we continue to live our purpose of driving sustainable development in Africa especially at a time when so many aspects of our life have been impacted by Covid-19. Our people will always be at the heart of everything we do and their health and safety will continue to be our priority. The award is a recognition of continuous efforts to create conditions that resonate with not just the work of today but that of the future in order to become a thriving global company,” said Ms Munyoki.

LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional networking platform through The LinkedIn Data and Insights team analyzed the performance, results and impact of organizations utilizing LinkedIn Talent Solutions in Africa, and recognized KQ as a winner in the Best Employer Brand Sub-Saharan Africa category.

Finalist companies demonstrated their ability to adapt, innovate and move the talent community forward into the new world of work.

Read: It’s Cheaper to Fly as KQ Slashes Fares by 30%

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