Pos Malaysia Berhad receives dual honours for Employee Engagement of the Year and Executive of the Year | Asian Business Review

Pos Malaysia Berhad receives dual honours for Employee Engagement of the Year and Executive of the Year

The accolades celebrate a legacy of transformative initiatives and exemplary leadership.

Pos Malaysia Berhad has proudly received the prestigious Employee Engagement of the Year - Logistics accolade at the Malaysia Management Excellence Awards, in recognition of its exceptional Certified Wira Programme. This transformative initiative, launched by Pos Malaysia, is designed to cultivate "highly motivated, engaged, and safe employees," as outlined in its broader strategic plan. 

Some of the highlights of the Certified Wira Programme include an employee-centric approach where Pos Malaysia is dedicated to reshaping its culture, fostering engagement, and strengthening its position in today's dynamic world. The programme aligns with Pos Malaysia's core purpose of being passionate about building trust to connect lives and businesses for a better tomorrow. The multifaceted approach allows employee engagement through storytelling, innovative discovery, and commitment building, going beyond morale-boosting to achieve remarkable results amidst rapid changes.

At the same time, Pos Malaysia's Group Chief Executive Officer, Charles Brewer, has been recognised as the Executive of the Year in Logistics. Brewer's vision for the company is evident in his commitment to transparency, integrity, and accountability to bring Pos Malaysia to greater heights. His decisive actions in the face of challenges have propelled the company to significant growth, with initiatives such as Pos DiSini, Pos Shop, Pos Fulfill, and Red Express contributing to new opportunities.

Brewer's dedication to environmental sustainability is reflected in Pos Malaysia’s Sustainability Roadmap, a strategic framework outlining the company's ambitious goal of achieving net zero carbon emissions for its operations by 2050. The company has made substantial strides in this direction, installing electric vehicle (EV) chargers, eBikes, eVans, and solar PV systems.

Pos Malaysia Berhad's dual recognition for the Employee Engagement of the Year - Logistics and Executive of the Year - Logistics awards highlight the company's commitment to employee engagement and transformational leadership under Charles Brewer. The Certified Wira Programme and Brewer's strategic initiatives have positioned Pos Malaysia as a deserving recipient of these prestigious accolades.

The Malaysia Management Excellence Awards is presented by Asian Business Review Magazine. To view the full list of winners, click here. If you want to join the 2024 awards programme and be acclaimed for your company's employee engagements and management initiatives, please contact Danica Avila at [email protected].

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