Omani Qatari Telecommunications Company SAOG (“Ooredoo”) was founded and registered in the Sultanate of Oman in December 2004. We launched our services in March 2005 as the challenger mobile operator in Oman, operating originally under the name Nawras and, from March 2014, as Ooredoo..
Ooredoo was awarded the second fixed licence in Oman in 2009, and launched its international gateway in April 2010, its corporate fixed and broadband services in May 2010, and its residential fixed and broadband services in June 2010.
Following a successful IPO in November 2010, Ooredoo was listed on the Muscat Stock Market (MSM) under the “ORED” ticker. The company is majority owned by the Ooredoo Group and also has a number of significant Omani shareholders which ensures that the company is strongly integrated into the Omani society.
As an integrated services communications operator, the company currently serves around 3 million customers across the Sultanate.
Ooredoo has won a number of awards including Best Telecommunications Company at the Arab Achievement Awards 2016, International Finance Magazine’s Most Customer Friendly Telecommunications Provider 2017, Best Digital Experience at the Customer Experience Management in Telecoms awards 2017, Best Network Operator at the Telecoms World Middle East Awards 2018 and a Gold Stevie Award for Women in Business CSR for their women’s incubator programme.
- Caring, Connecting, Challenging, Family, Innovative
- We have lots of activity; here are some:
- Yearly football tournament
- Treasure hunt
- Celebration out National day
- Looking for best discounted offers for the employees in (restaurants, gyms, banks , insurance and many more)
- Echo survey – engagement survey
- HR application
- Yes ; in the current situation we have provided vital medical equipment and supplies to Hospitals. We also made an internal donation campaign where employees donated more than 20000 OMR to the ministry of Health. This donation of from the employees’ salaries and it was a voluntary donations. And every we year we have Good will Journey. Where the journey goes in to the villages and make donation for the poor families. Where employee going in the journey for a week to renovate some houses, fixing some home appliances and many more
- Learning and development opportunities provided to all OO family members based on the needs
- The needs are gathered every med of the year when we run development cycle (Tatweer Cycle)
- The approach we use is 70% 20% 10%
- The needs are categorized as follows:
- 1. Soft Skills , which is mainly OO behavioral competencies
- 2. Technical programs
- 3. Professional qualification and certification
- OO learning activities are a blend of online, class room and experiential learning how ever due the current situation of Coved 19 virus, all programs are done virtually