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Moxa earns Aon Hewitt Best Employer 2016 award

Moxa earns Aon Hewitt Best Employer 2016 award

September 20,  2016 -- Moxa, a solution provider of industrial automation, announced that it is the recipient of the Aon Hewitt Best Employer 2016 Award-Asia Pacific 2016.

The Aon Hewitt Best Employers Study, Asia 2016, was conducted in twelve countries across the Asia-Pacific region, including Taiwan, China, Japan, Korea, Australia, and New Zealand. Companies were evaluated in four key categories: Employee Engagement, Compelling Employer Brand, Effective Leadership, and High-Performance Culture. Winners were announced after a year-long selection process, which included employee surveys, people practices benchmarks, interviews with CEOs, and HR audits. In each category, Moxa scored significantly higher than the average performance by companies in Taiwan.
In order to create a corporate culture where employees can fully engage and have a sense of ownership, Moxa encourages employees to take on challenges and work together with cross-functional parties to enhance quality and procedures. In addition, Moxa sponsors a wide range of sports clubs and activities that promote an active lifestyle, and it runs its own cafeteria, which uses traceable agricultural products to help employees follow a healthy lifestyle. Furthermore, the company's Sincere Service Star Program not only encourages its employees but also its channel partners to deliver a sincere service to all of its customers.

Other recipients of the award are American Express International, DHL Express, FedEx Express, and DBS Bank. Moxa is the only technology company among the winners in Taiwan this year.

About Moxa

Moxa is a manufacturer of industrial networking, computing, and automation solutions. With over 28 years of industry experience, Moxa has connected more than 30 million devices worldwide and has a distribution and service network that reaches customers in more than 70 countries. 

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