Accenture, Mynt and Maya lead LinkedIn’s list of top PH companies | Inquirer Business

Accenture, Mynt and Maya lead LinkedIn’s list of top PH companies

/ 12:52 PM April 21, 2023

MANILA -IT services and consulting firm Accenture, as well as the parent companies of fintech platforms GCash and Maya, led LinkedIn’s list this year of 15 best workplaces in the Philippines for professionals to grow their careers.

Accenture, Mynt and Maya made it to the top three spots of LinkedIn’s 2023 Top Companies List in the Philippines, the third rendition of the yearly roll, which draws data from the professional networking-focused social media platform.

LinkedIn ranks companies covered based on eight pillars which lead to career progression such as: the ability to advance, skills growth, company stability, external opportunity, company affinity, gender diversity, educational background, and employee presence in the country.


Other companies in the top 15 are Philip Morris International, Unilever, telecommunications corporation the Globe Group, Aboitiz Power, IT services and consulting firm Kyndryl, software and technology firm SAP, Procter & Gamble, outsourcing and offshoring consultancy services firm Sagility, Citi, pharmaceutical company Boehringer Ingelheim, Prudential, and Nestle.


“In this fast-evolving business environment, professionals seek guidance on the companies to work for that offer career growth and long-term success. The 2023 Top Companies list is filled with actionable insights and resources that help professionals at all levels discover job opportunities,” Atul Harkisanka, head of emerging markets and country lead for the Philippines at LinkedIn, said in a statement.

In the same report, LinkedIn also identified the most in-demand skills that these companies in the Philippines are looking for in the information technology (IT) services sector, including software development life cycle (SDLC) and computer security.

Meanwhile, companies in the financial services sector are looking for skills in fintech, artificial intelligence, and economics.

Further, the LinkedIn report cited that some of the largest job functions that these top companies were investing in include engineering, information technology, as well as customer success, and support.

“Those interested in a specific company can now easily identify the skills and roles being hired for, connect with employees they know in their network, and follow the company to stay informed about future opportunities,” Atul said further.

The LinkedIn executive offered practical tips on how to land a job in these companies, beginning with researching the companies they are targeting.


“Get to know the company on LinkedIn by researching its company page, following key executives, reading articles, and engaging with their LinkedIn posts. Leverage your network and chat with people you know who are current or former employees,” he said.

“Get a feel for the culture, values, and benefits to see if they align with what you’re looking for,” added Atul.

He also suggested that applicants show integrity and authenticity by being honest and transparent, as well as to demonstrate their intent during interviews, communicating how they could contribute to the company and their willingness to learn and grow.

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Atul also advised being curious, learning in-demand skills and not giving up to land their dream job at these companies.

TAGS: Accenture, GCash, LinkedIn, Maya

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