The top 15 ranking looks at components like how employees are advancing both within a company and when they leave, how they’re upskilling while employed there, and more — revealing companies that help set people up to get ahead in their careers.
When compiling the list, LinkedIn also considered factors like attrition and layoffs. Companies that have laid off 10% or more of their workforce between 1 January 2022 and the list launch, based on public announcements — or that have attrition greater than 10%, based on LinkedIn data — were ineligible to rank.
Here are the financial institutions in the Philippines that made it on to this year’s ranking:
Most notable skills: Artificial Intelligence, Fintech, Software Development Life Cycle (Sdlc)
Most common job titles: Software Engineer, Quality Engineering Specialist, Relationship Manager
Largest job functions: Engineering, Information Technology, Sales
PayMaya had rebranded as Maya once it had acquired a digital bank license from the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas. Maya is a financial platform that allows Filipinos to manage their money digitally. Its platform features an integrated financial services ecosystem.
Maya launched its services to the public in April 2022 and had onboarded more than 1 million customers in five months.
Most notable skills: Economics, Capital Markets, Investor Relations
Most common job titles: Quality Assurance Specialist, Financial Reporting Analyst, Business Intelligence Analyst
Largest job functions: Finance, Information Technology, Customer Success and Support
Citi is a global banking institution offering a wide range of financial products and services. In the Philippines, Citi Solutions Centers provides voice and non-voice customer support services for Citi affiliates, subsidiaries, and branches in other countries.
In August 2022, Citi completed the sale of its Philippines Consumer Business to the UnionBank of the Philippines in a deal worth about US$700 million.