DHL, Orange, Philip Morris International and Saint Gobain are among the ten organisations that have been accredited as Global Top Employers for 2017 by the Top Employers Institute.
The accreditation is based on the results of a HR best practices survey, which analyses talent strategy, workforce planning, on-boarding, learning and development, performance management, leadership development, career and succession management, compensation and benefits, and organisational culture.
Qualifying employers can be awarded either a regional or global award. More than 1,231 organisations across 116 countries have been accredited in total, with 10 organisations achieving global accreditation.
The Global Top Employers for 2017 are:
- Dimension Data.
- Philip Morris.
- Saint Gobain.
- Tata Consultancy Services.
Jerome Barre, head of human resources at Orange Group, said: “It is with great pride that I received, on behalf of Orange, our certification as a Top Employer Global 2017. After the positive results of our 2016 social barometers, published in January, this title confirms that quality of our people’s work in 30 countries, one more than last year, on five continents.
“It’s these men and women who, over the past six months, put the Orange promise into action in our daily lives at work, making it tangible for our employees across the world and bringing to life a unique, digital and caring experience.”
Regine Buettner, executive vice president, HR Global and Europe at DHL Express, added: “This is a confirmation of our insanely customer centric culture and the passion we have to make sure we attract, retain, engage and develop motivated people in our organisation.
“Our people are vital because they are the ones delivering great service quality to our customers. Our people will always be our top priority and we will constantly work towards being an employer of choice.”