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Best Places to Work unveils top 20 employers in world: Novo Nordisk takes top spot
The top 20 workplaces in the world for 2022 have been unveiled by Best Places to Work.
Topping this year’s ranking was Novo Nordisk, the global healthcare company with almost a century of innovation and leadership in diabetes care followed by Takeda, the leading global healthcare company. Dell secured the third position among the world top 20 most performing organizations.
To be considered, companies must be identified as outstanding employers at least in one of the continents. For the past couple of years, the Best Places to Work program has recognized leading employers across the world, backed by several years of experience in workplace culture assessment, employee engagement and organizational effectiveness.
Companies that made the top list this year demonstrated excellence in the workplace, by creating differentiated employee experiences and inclusive cultures that lead to stronger, more sustainable business results, Best Places to Work said.
“Those companies know how to build a competitive advantage regardless of potential barriers, including company size, geographic dispersion and industry characteristics,” it said.
The top 20 workplaces of 2022
The list of the top 20 world Best Places to Work for 2022 :
1. Novo Nordisk
13. AIA Group
16. Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ)
18. Jardine Schindler Group
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