Business Leaders Malta is teaming up with iGaming Idol again to deliver the so-called Employer of the Year Award during the iGaming Idol Awards Show scheduled for 11 September 2019, according to a press statement sent to Business Malta. The event showcases 20 awards, including BLM’s.
Created to recognise top talent in the online gambling industry, awards are given in 20 categories, ranging from “Tech Idol of the Year” to “Fraud and Risk Idol of the Year”, among others. BLM’s “Employer of the Year” is one of these awards, being distributed for the third time since its launch in 2017, during the second edition of the iGaming Idol Awards.
Companies will be judged based on a “rigorous independent scientific study” created and curated by Business Leaders Malta. BLM says the study focuses on gauging employee satisfaction and engagement, which are benchmarked “across various domains”. The winner is selected based on the findings of the study.
“It brings me great satisfaction to see all of these companies invest in initiatives which, more than anything, benefit the wellbeing of their people,” said Morgan Parnis, CEO of Business Leaders Malta. “As always, we are thrilled to be a part of this hugely successful and innovative event. It is truly an honour and pleasure to have been entrusted by iGaming Idol to deliver the ‘Employer of the Year’ award for the third consecutive time since its inception, and to be working with such an amazing and professional team,” Mr Parnis added.
“We are excited to work with BLM for the third consecutive year on the ‘Employer of the Year’ award of iGaming Idol,” said Pierre Lindh, Managing Director of Ambassadör Events Ltd that organises the iGaming Idol. “For such a prestigious award, it was important for us to create a process of high integrity to live up to the prestigiousness of the award. BLM turned out to be the perfect partner to execute this process with us, creating a fair employee survey which not only highlights which company has the happiest employees, but also brings value to the participating companies by offering important data on the wellbeing of each company’s employees,” Mr Lindh added.