Descending one spot from their placing last year is the other oil and gas giant.
Shell drops to 5th from 6th, but still retains its allure as one of the top companies that Singaporeans would want to work for. They were voted as the most attractive energy industry employer in 2015 in Asia by Universum.
If you’re a engineering or chemical engineering graduate, chances are, Shell is a company very familiar to you with their many initiatives with schools in Singapore.
Shell also has progressive policies in place to create an inclusive environment in and out of the workplace. They have a flexi-working scheme that provides a range of options like flexible hours, compressed workweeks, part-time work and job sharing.