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Jobberman Announces The 2013 100 Best Companies To Work For In Nigeria

Jobberman was founded in 2009 by the trio of Lekan Olude, Opeyemi Awoyemi and Ayodeji Adewunmi;

Jobberman.com is SubSaharan Africa’s biggest jobs website with over 1 million users and helps over 19,000 companies advertise their vacancies.

Jobberman.com is building the best destination in Africa for jobseekers and employers and has a corporate mission to help people find their dream jobs and help employers find the right people they need to be successful.

 

From the survey results, there is clearly hope for indigenous companies in the next few decades as they continue to grow and dominate the economic landscape amidst existence of established multinationals doing business in Nigeria.

See the full list of 100 Best Companies below.

100 BEST COMPANIES TO WORK FOR FULL LIST

NAME INDUSTRY
Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) Oil & Gas Multinational
Chevron Oil & Gas Multinational
Mobil Oil & Gas Multinational
NNPC Oil & Gas
MTN Telecommunication Multinational
Nestlé Nigeria FMCG Multinational
Nigerian Civil Service Government
Total Oil & Gas Multinational
Dangote FMCG
Nigeria Breweries FMCG
Glo Telecommunication
GTB Banking
CBN Banking
NLNG Oil & Gas
Unilever FMCG Multinational
Guinness FMCG Multinational
Etisalat Telecommunication Multinational
First Bank of Nigeria Banking
Julius Berger Construction Multinational
Cadbury FMCG Multinational
Eni (Saipem) formerly AGIP Oil & Gas Multinational
CocaCola FMCG Multinational
P&G FMCG Multinational
PZ FMCG Multinational
Oando Oil & Gas
GE Conglomerate Multinational
Zenith Bank Banking
KPMG Consulting Multinational
GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceticals Multinational
Friesland Foods WAMCO FMCG Multinational
British American Tobacco FMCG Multinational
Flour Mills FMCG
Schlumberger Oil & Gas Multinational
Diamond Bank Banking
United Nations International Organization Multinational
Baker Hughes Oil & Gas Multinational
Price Waterhouse Cooper (PWC) Consulting Multinational
PHCN Energy
Nigeria Immigration Service Government
UBA Banking
7up Bottling Company FMCG Multinational
Lafarge Cement Construction Multinational
NAFDAC Government
Honeywell Flour Mills FMCG
UAC FMCG Multinational
Arik Air Aviation
EKO Hotel Hospitality
Halliburton Energy Oil & Gas Multinational
Airtel Nigeria Telecommunication Multinational
IITA Agriculture
Accenture Consulting Multinational
Sahara Energy Oil & Gas
Chi Farms FMCG
Stanbic IBTC Banking Multinational
NCC (Nigeria Communications Commission) Government
FIRS Government
Independent National Electoral Commission Government
Fidelity Bank Banking
UNICEF Non-Profit Multinational
Addax Oil & Gas Multinational
Standard Chartered Bank Banking Multinational
Africa Independent Television Media
Conoil Oil & Gas
ARM Financial Services
Silverbird Media
FAAN Government
WHO Non-Profit Multinational
Google Technology Multinational
NiMASA Government
Cool FM Media
FHI Non-Profit Multinational
Setraco Construction
Ecobank Banking Multinational
May and Baker FMCG Multinational
Texaco Oil Oil & Gas Multinational
Ericsson Nigeria Technology Multinational
INTEL Technology Multinational
Sheraton Hotels Hospitality Multinational
Seplat Petroleum Oil & Gas
Interswitch Technology
Lagos State Government Government
Leadway Insurance Insurance
DHL Logistics Multinational
USAID Non-Profit Multinational
IBM Technology Multinational
Intercontinental Hotels Hospitality
Channels Televisions media
Multichoice (DSTV) Media Multinational
Orange Drugs Pharmaceuticals
MAERSK GROUP Conglomerate Multinational
Access Bank Banking
NestOil Group Oil & Gas
Akintola Williams Delloitte Consulting
ECOWAS International Organization Multinational
MainOne Cable Technology
Nigeria Customs Government
APCON Advertising
Insight Communications Advertising
Transcorp Conglomerate
Mantrac Construction Multinational
FCMB Banking
Consolidated Breweries Plc FMCG
Fan Milk FMCG
Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) Government
SON (Standards Organization of Nigeria) Government
NDIC (Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation) Government

 

 

 

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