Great Place to Work, a global research, consulting and training firm, plans to reach 1000 customers in 12 African countries within the next five years.
Great Place to Work, according to a statement, helps organisations identify, create and sustain great workplaces through the development of high trust workplace cultures.
Through its awards in Nigeria, launched five years ago, the company has been helping transform the level of productivity in Nigeria and indeed, African workplaces as well as their financial performance.
Currently operating in five African countries, the company said it planned to grow its client base to at least, 1000 customers by expanding its reach across 12 African countries including South Africa, Kenya and Cote d’Ivoire, among others.
According to the statement, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Great Place to Work Africa, Mr. Kunle Malomo, said that part of the 1000 customers the company was targeting for the next five years would come from Nigeria, where it plans to reach six additional states.
Malomo, who made this known at the company’s 5th Anniversary celebration in Lagos, said Great Place to Work had been in Lagos for the last five years, but targets to be in six more states by next year.
He listed some of the states that will come online in 2018 to include Oyo, Rivers, Kano and the Federal Capital Territory (Abuja), among others.
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