Ecam agrees deal with Birches Group


The Employers Consultative Association of Malawi (Ecam) has formed a strategic partnership with Birches Group LLC, a leading provider of total compensation surveys in developing markets, which will see Ecam co-sponsoring the Birches Group multi-sector compensation and benefits survey in Malawi.

The agreement will also see Ecam promoting survey participation as a best practice amongst its member companies and in addition, Birches Group, will provide Ecam with periodic insights based on the survey data, to keep members informed of labour market developments in Malawi.

In a statement announcing the partnership, Ecam said training courses and other activities are also planned to provide professional development opportunities for human resources professionals in Malawi.


“We are excited to work with Ecam as a sponsor of our survey and a collaborative partner in Malawi,” said Gary McGillicuddy, the Managing Partner of Birches Group. He added, “Birches Group has been conducting surveys in Malawi for a long time. Since 2012, however, we have seen a real uptick in the level of interest as Malawi has navigated through challenging economic conditions. Working with Ecam, we will be able to expand our survey and also be informed about other opportunities to serve the Ecam member companies and the local employer community.”

Beyani Munthali, Executive Director of the Employers’ Consultative Association of Malawi (Ecam) stated “Ecam is pleased to enter into a collaboration with Birches Group and looks forward to supporting Birches in conducting and expanding its survey and other activities in Malawi. We will provide specific support and promotional activities for Birches Group’s compensation and benefits surveys as well as co-organise training workshops. We are positive Ecam’s member companies will benefit from the experience and know-how of the Birches Group. Ecam foresees a win-win cooperation.”

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