What makes Comdata a great place to work?
Comdata is a great place to grow your career and feel supported as a woman. In my experience, Comdata is an innovative employer, where you can succeed and grow with tons of opportunities.
A few years ago, I was appointed as the first ever Chief Happiness Officer at Comdata in Morocco. It was a totally new profession in a new country, but I was given lots of support to make the role a success.
It says a lot about Comdata a an employer that it created the position in the first place and then made it a central part of its operations in Morocco.
I’m happy to be a Comdata employee – opportunity is everywhere!
What excites you about working at Comdata Morocco, specifically?
Comdata really is a people business and its values are based around helping every individual to thrive.
That has been recognised in my region by the Best Place to Work awards, which has named Comdata Morocco as one of the best workplaces in Africa since 2016. In fact, in 2020 and 2021, we came top in the ‘large companies’ category.
It is testament to Comdata’s consistent focus on employee growth, wellbeing, and culture of diversity, equality, and inclusion.
Personally, I am very proud to be part of a company that supports the fight for equality, promotes diversity and inclusion, values talent, and shows respect for everyone.
How have people helped you in your own career and how are you helping others?
Being the first Chief Happiness Officer in Morocco, the first thing that comes to my mind is the trust that I have been given. A trust that has really helped and encouraged me in my career.
This has paid off well, as I have continued to progress and evolve, I have been given new missions, and I have been promoted: today I am CHO and Manager for Social Innovation.
My role at Comdata is to provide a positive employee experience, and I don’t hesitate to reach out to help my colleagues in their daily lives and careers. Note that even the smallest of attentions and details can be of great help to colleagues: just listen to them, understand them, support them, and show empathy.