Maxicare
Maxicare Recognized as a Great Place to Work® in the Philippines
01/11/2023

Maxicare has been certified by Great Place To Work® as among the diverse and competitive group of employers across various industries in the region recognized for having a great workplace culture.

83% of Maxicare employees say it is a great place to work compared to 53% of employees at a typical Global company. This is a reflection of our efforts to develop and establish a workplace culture that also helps our employees live their best lives.

Maxicare continuously shapes the Philippine healthcare industry with comprehensive healthcare programs delivered through its wide network of medical providers and fortified with a strong customer support system.

Be one with the #1 HMO in the country. A job with Maxicare is a career that nurtures you into the best you can be. We offer a working environment that puts a premium on enhancing your skills and leading you to embody a growth mindset while having a work-life balance. A career with Maxicare is a career that fulfills the mission of helping Filipinos live their best lives and achieve peace of mind through the finest healthcare service in the Philippines.

Great Place to Work® is an organization, assembling one of the largest employee surveys in the world for workplace excellence.

Click here to learn more: https://www.greatplacetowork.com.ph/gptwcertified/maxicare/

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