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Mari Petroleum Company Limited (MPCL) just recently bagged two prestigious awards in a press report issued last week. The 1st Prize for Best Employment Practices and CEO of the Year Award by any Large National Company were won by MPCL at the 6th Employer of the Year Awards. The Employers’ Federation of Pakistan organized the award ceremony in Karachi on the 28th of November.
Chief Guest at the occasion happened to be Sayed Zulfiqar Abbas Bukhari, currently also serving as Special Assistant to the Prime Minister as well as the Minister of State for Overseas Pakistanis & HRD.
The discovery of a viable oil well in Kachi district of Balochistan province was made last September at an expected flow of 1500 bpd of oil.
This year marks the second time MPCL won the first prize at an awards ceremony showcasing its premium employment practices. CEO of the Year Award was received by the company on the basis of scoring the highest marks in every area of the competition.
The Awards recognize MPCL’s excellence in HRM & Employment Practices; Working Conditions; Management; CSR; Skill & Vocational Training; Labour Laws & Core ILS Compliance; Adherence to the Multi-National Enterprises (MNE) Declaration; and Compliance with Social Protection Floor;
MPCL continues to make great strides in creating safer work environments allowing its skilled and service management to accrue greater efficiency conducive in developing talent in the field. The company takes pride in its ability to attract, develop and retain top-of-the-line professionals from the oil and development market.
The efforts have seemingly paid off in terms of pro-active results and employee-friendly policies. For its award-winning practices, MPCL has cemented itself in the emerging energy market of Pakistan as an employer of choice for both new talent and experienced professionals alike.
In other news, Mari Petroleum Company Limited (MPCL) alongside other competitors has undertaken successful Exploration and Production (E & P) activities during the year. The discovery of a viable oil well in Kachi district of Balochistan province was made last September at an expected flow of 1500 bpd of oil.