Each employee’s journey is different. But we hope yours will be unique, purposeful and life-enhancing on a professional as well as a personal level. Here are some examples of journeys taken by some Telenor employees. When you actively take charge of your own future, only then will you get the most out of your work experience.
Fatima Kanezi, Pakistani. 1977
“At Telenor, hard work and forward leaning approach is acknowledged and rewarded. You come across many opportunities helping you to stretch you knowledge and grow professionally as well as personally.”
2013-Present: Telenor ASA in Norway
Senior Marketing Expert, Analytics – Digital Businesses
2012-2013: Telenor ASA in Norway
Customer Centricity Analyst, Customer Centricity Program
2009-2012: Telenor Pakistan
Assistant Manager Customer Insights
Tom Varghese, Norwegian. 1985
“Telenor is a company that empowers young employees early on in their career with challenging tasks coupled with international experiences. It is an ideal place to be if you want to be part of an innovative industry with passionate colleagues, and know that your job has a real impact on society. ”
2013-Present: Telenor Group – Bangkok
Director, Public Affairs
2013: Grameenphone – Bangladesh
Short-term assignment-auction of 3G license and spectrum
2012: Telenor Group – Norway
Advisor in the Public Affairs team
2011: Telenor Norway
Summer Intern- Communications and Sustainability team
Manisha Dogra, Indian. 1977
“The journey with Telenor has been fantastic and has given me opportunities to utilize and hone my skills and also learn and grow as a person. Our Way of Work allows recognition of talent and provides avenues for growth to all.”
2015-Present: Telenor Group – Bangkok
Director, Group Sustainability
2013: Telenor Myanmar
Head of Supply Chain Sustainability
2010-2013: Telenor India
GM -Business Assurance
2009: Telenor India
DGM – Occupational Health & Safety
Telenor believes that employees, with a global mindset and the ability to exchange ideas across borders, are critical for its international success. The flow of talent and knowledge worldwide helps the company challenge tradition, strengthen ties amongst markets and create an environment that encourages diversity and innovation.
We enable eligible employees to work abroad in the countries where Telenor operates. Employees may join projects on a short-term basis, take a job abroad for a couple of years or chose to permanently move to another country. Many opportunities are abound!
Learning and Development
To grow as a company, we encourage you to constantly learn and develop your skills. Telenor provides online learning environment for all employees and has revitalised its learning academies for leaders and experts. For the latter, we offer “Telenor Degrees” with best-in-class development programmes led by internationally recognised schools such as from Duke, Stanford, Google and more. A range of topics are available, for example new product development, design, applied analytics, digital channels and digital marketing.
Telenor Development & Performance (TDP) Process
Throughout the year you will have personal feedback and guidance through the TDP Process. You and your manager will discuss performance and achievements, your ambitions and how you can continue to grow and influence change in Telenor. Along with the dialogues, the TDP Process will support you in target setting and reviewing your talents by the management team.
Employee Engagement Survey
Every year you will have a chance to voice your honest opinions regarding the state of the organisation and its leadership, resulting in being part of developing Telenor’s unique performance culture.
Employment engagement at Telenor continues to progress in a positive direction. The last five years have shown this incline. In 2015, according to the global survey provider, Hay Group, Telenor is among the top performing companies worldwide with respect to the level engagement and enablement from employees.
In addition, with respect to sickness absence rate, the entire Telenor Group is low. In 2015, this rate was 1.44%.