Nyon Kam Yew, General Manager of SBO KL received the award from Dato’ Sri Idris Jala, former CEO of the Performance Management and Delivery Unit (PEMANDU) who is also a Member of TalentCorp’s Board of Trustees at the “Future of Work, Workplace & Workforce” Conference 2017, held in Kuala Lumpur on 20th November 2017.
Commenting on the achievement, Nyon said, “The award is a great recognition by the government on our initiatives to continuously promote diversity and inclusion in the workplace. It is a testament of SBO KL’s commitment to being a great place to work whilst continuously driving various diversity and inclusion initiatives to attract, develop and retain its talent.”
SBO KL’s key diversity and inclusion initiatives include:
Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
A professional counselling support service offered for employees with personal problems and work-related problems that may affect their job performance and emotional well-being. EAP was designed to demonstrate care which aligned with Shell’s core values of respecting our people and allowing our employees to perform at their best at work despite their personal or business circumstances.
Female Leadership Programme
A dedicated platform for female talents to upskill personally and professionally through leadership programmmes such as a Mentoring Circle under collaboration of Shell Women’s Action Network (SWAN), Women’s Career Development Programme (WCDP) and Senior Women Connect (SWC) with the aim to support development and accelerate the career journey of female leaders.