magazine has named Beca the Most Reputable Organisation in New Zealand, based on the results of a Hay Group
survey of senior business executives.
NZ Management’s annual MRO survey identifies reputable organisations in four categories: private sector, state-owned enterprises, government departments and non-profit companies. Beca was voted this year’s Most Reputable Company and the Most Reputable Organisation overall.
“Beca has exceptional values. It successfully balances its global corporate size whilst retaining the New Zealand family culture that is a large part of their success,” said one MRO survey respondent.
“It melds a clear profit motive and effective business operation with strong social values,” said another.
New Zealand Police was again voted Most Reputable Government Department, and the Salvation Army maintained its ranking as Most Reputable Not-For-Profit. Solid Energy was named Most Reputable State-Owned Enterprise.
Hay Group’s New Zealand chief executive Ian MacRae says, “A good financial performance is no doubt critical to every enterprise. But to achieve that performance organisations have to have everyone – shareholder, employees, customers and the communities in which they operate – accepting and supportive of the way in which those profits are earned.”
Beca Chairman Richard Aitken says, “We are absolutely delighted to be named Most Reputable Organisation in New Zealand. We strongly value our good reputation, and recognise that it must be earned and continuously invested in through high performance.”