Voting has been concluded at the Youth Awards organized by Youthall, the career platform of young people. AstraZeneca Türkiye became one of the companies young people want to work for most in the field of health, in the voting in which the work of companies in the field of human resources and employer branding was evaluated with more than 85,000 participants.
AstraZeneca Türkiye, which draws attention with the support it gives to the development of its employees while pushing the limits of science to discover drugs that add value to life, was among the top three in the category of “The Healthcare Company Most Wanted to Work for by Young People” at the Youth Awards 2022, determined by the votes of the youth. In the voting, which took place with the participation of 162 companies in 19 categories this year, a total of 85,173 votes were cast from 219 different universities and 231 different departments.
Commenting on the award they received, Feyza Aysan, HR Director at AstraZeneca Türkiye, said: “After we were announced earlier this year by the GPTW Institute as one of the best employers for Generation Y in the 500+ employee category in the Best Workplaces for the 2022 Millennial Generation, this time, we are justifiably proud and happy to be a company preferred by young people at the Youth Awards. There are tangible reasons behind this success of our company in researches attended by young people, as confirmed by the votes of young people. We follow an approach that supports our colleagues from every generation in line with their individual development goals and prioritizes seeing future leader candidates as valuable with all their characteristics. In line with our principle of ‘Respect for People’, we put people first and implement many motivation-enhancing practices such as flexible working and flexible fringe benefits focused on ensuring the work-private life balance and employee loyalty of our employees. We will continue to be with the young people who want to make a career in the field of health with our people-oriented practices.”