Deltek, Inc. (Nasdaq: PROJ), the leading global provider of enterprise software and information solutions for government contractors and professional services firms, announced today that its Philippines office in Makati was named one of Asia’s Best Places to Work by a judging panel of top HR professionals and the Employer Branding Institute. The Asia’s Best Employer Awards recognize companies across Asia who excel at creating organizations that foster a positive working environment and engage employees through best-in-class HR practices, policies and strategies that help build a company’s brand. Deltek’s office in Makati distinguished itself from other nominees because of its world-class talent management, talent development and talent innovation programs. The methodology for choosing the best employers in Asia was conducted through vigorous primary research conducted by the Employer Branding Institute (EBI). “We have always believed that our employees are Deltek’s greatest assets, so one of our top business priorities is hiring, developing and promoting the best talent in the technology industry,” said Holly Kortright, SVP of Human Resources for Deltek. “We are delighted that Deltek was recognized for being one of Asia’s best employers. This award highlights our continued focus on making Deltek a fantastic place to work and the passion and innovation demonstrated by our employees every day in Makati. This award is an incredible achievement that our entire company can take pride in.” “I am thrilled that Deltek was named one of the best places to work in Asia,” said Kevin Parker, CEO of Deltek. “The energy and innovation from our growing Makati-based team has accelerated our ability to deliver the industry’s best solutions for project-based companies and positively impacted every aspect of our company. We are constantly looking for ways to leverage our Deltek team in Makati, and it will be an extremely important resource for us as we expand our presence around the globe.”
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