Teleperformance CHRO Zühre Aydan Ayaz was among Turkey's 50 Most Admired CHROs, and was also selected as the Most Admired Gold Leader. The Golden Leader Awards, one of Turkey's most prestigious leadership awards, will be held in 2021. kazanmoments were determined by the singular vote of more than 35 thousand employees.
The Golden Leader Awards 2021, one of Turkey's most prestigious leadership awards, found their owners. Teleperformance Turkey, which was selected among the best employers by the employees six times in a year, including the success of being on the "World's 2021 Best Workplaces" list in 25, this time carried its success to the leadership awards. Teleperformance Turkey Executive Vice President of Human Resources (CHRO) Zühre Aydan Ayaz was among Turkey's 50 Most Admired CHROs and was selected as Turkey's Gold Leader.
Organized by KREA MICE, the “Golden Leader Awards” were determined with the participation of more than 35 thousand employees through transparent voting, which can be attended by every individual working in the business world in Turkey. Teleperformance Turkey CHRO Zühre Aydan Ayaz became one of Turkey's 50 Most Admired Human Resources Leaders, with a significant number of votes, in the survey in which Turkey's 50 Most Admired CHROs were determined.
“OUR STRENGTH IS TECHNOLOGY OUR FOCUS IS HUMAN”
The first of the award ceremonies, which draw attention with its red carpet ceremonies, was held on 21 December 2021 at the Shangri-La Hotel Istanbul for Turkey's 50 Most Admired CHROs. Teleperformance Turkey CHRO Zühre Aydan Ayaz, who received her award in the organization, shared her thoughts as follows:
“After being selected as the best employer 6 times in a year, I and my team are very happy to bring this award in the field of human resources leadership to Teleperformance Turkey. Our number one employer commitment is to be the brand most preferred by our employees and employee candidates. We act with the philosophy of creating value for people and people by taking our power from our technology. We stand out with our strength, technology focus, and human approach.”
BEST EMPLOYER SELECTED SIX TIMES IN 2021
In 2021, Teleperformance managed to be included in the list of “The 25 Best Workplaces in the World”, most recently by Great Place to Work together with Fortune. With this award, it was registered as one of the best employers by the employees for the sixth time in a year. The company was first awarded the 'Great Place to Work' certification in February 2021, meeting the Great Place to Work Institute's 'Great workplace with a culture of high trust' criteria. Then, it entered the Best Workplaces list, which the institute determined among Great Place to Work certified companies in March 2021. In the same period, it was awarded the 'Best Employer' title with the loyalty score formed by the evaluation of its employees in the 'Kincentric Best Employers 2021' research of the world's leading management consultancy company Kincentric. Subsequently, it became the only company from its sector in Turkey to be included in the "Best Multinational Companies of 2021" list of the Great Place to Work Institute. In September of 2021, it became the only company from the sector to be included in the list of "Europe's Best Workplaces 2021".
“WE BELIEVE IN THE IMPORTANCE OF EFFECTIVE AND OPEN COMMUNICATION”
Teleperformance Turkey, with its more than 7.500 employees, provides services to more than 16 brands in 20 markets and 125 languages. Teleperformance Turkey CHRO Zühre Aydan Ayaz stated that while they continue to work in this multinational structure, they believe that the key point of their work is 'Creating emotional commitment', 'Working with effective and strong leaders' and 'Advancing to a single goal/target'.
Ayaz said, “We have created communication platforms that bring our employees, who are the heroes of our business, together with our managers, where they can convey all their questions and suggestions directly to the senior management. We made all our platforms compatible with the new normal order. We believed and practiced the importance of effective and open communication.” he added.