Here in Nigeria, most people often try to know the top Tech companies in Nigeria to work for, and we have made some checks to give out few lists of companies/startups you can work for.
Have you ever wondered if there is something worse than being unemployed? Of course, working in a choking environment. The unemployment rate is deemed to rise yearly, making Nigerian graduates feel insecure, but there are many reports of the country’s poor working conditions at large.
The main problem of a bad work environment is the method by which it recruits new staff, but across Nigeria, this recruitment process is dominant. Since the process is hence, dominant job seekers have adapted to it. One of the problems is that during interviews, time is unnecessarily wasted, and companies don’t bother to give applicants feedbacks.
Most top tech companies in Nigeria, at most times, do not put their heart and soul in searching out for the best of talents, but instead, they prefer what will be produced to who will create it. The aftermath hasn’t been really what the tech companies in Nigeria want and Nigerians who are willing to work for them.
In the quest to end this abnormality, Nigeria’s most important job and career platform, Jobberman, put out an article featuring 100 of the best top tech companies in Nigeria in 2014, 2016 and 2019 respectively. The report didn’t only contain the best tech companies in Nigeria but also provided yardsticks by which Job seekers could overview a company.
About 3000 actual responses on Jobberman was studied lately in their report and found out that about 48% of employees were comfortable with their job, 9% seemed uncomfortable, and the remaining were not necessarily excited about their jobs.
The tactics that can make tech companies in Nigeria conducive to work in are the External and Internal features of the company. The external features are the features employees are looking out for in a workplace. In contrast, the internal ones are the features a company is expected to acquire to serve employees to their satisfaction.
However, in the 5th edition of the “Best 100 Companies in Nigeria to work for” report by Jobberman, we curved out the below listed as the Top tech companies in Nigeria to work For.
Top Tech Companies in Nigeria To Work For
A Pan African tech company, Andela provides Engineering As A Service(EAAS). The tech company scouts develop and link young minds to the engineering team of companies around the world. It was ranked the best tech company to work for in Nigeria.
Google is a tech company that has consistently been found among the best company index. The Google Nigeria Office, designed by Space Finish, is arguably one of Nigeria’s best workspaces and one of the best tech companies to work for in Nigeria.
Microsoft has launched its African Development Centre in Lagos, and Jobberman is ranked 28th best tech company to work for in Nigeria.
Interswitch, the soon-to-be first Africa’s tech unicorn, is ranked as the 37th best company to work for in Nigeria, dropping four places from last year.
Jumia is the pioneer electronic commerce company in Nigeria. Despite facing obstacles that hinder operations, it’s one of the companies employees would want to work for.
6. Tek Experts Nigeria
This Tech company is a provider of business and IT services worldwide. No wonder it is ranked among the top tech companies in Nigeria since its time of existence in the country.
Oracle specializes in providing cloud applications and platform services. It is ranked as the 69th best company to work for in Nigeria.
Deservedly, Paystack has made its premiere appearance on the Index. The digital payment company had its largest recruitment round around last year. Paystack was later acquired by Stripe in 2020 for $200m
PiggyVest is the first online” savings & investment” app in West Africa. It was first launched in January 2016 as “piggyback.ng”. Their mission is to give everyone the power to manage better and grow their finances.