The annual list honors 25 companies that have been recognized by their employees as an organization that fosters creativity, trust and camaraderie. While fun at work emerges as an important indicator of employee perception of a great workplace, other drivers include a team or family feeling, co-workers’ willingness to cooperate and the sense of being treated as a full member regardless of position.
The study carried out by the Great Places to Work Institute covers a wide variety of industries and 47 countries. So, here’s over to 10 best tech MNC workplaces in the world.
The company recently bolstered its parental leave benefits and provides $500 of “Baby Bonding Bucks” to all new parents to use during the first three months of their child’s life. The company has a global headcount of 56,040.
SAS gets top marks for its generous benefits like onsite childcare, health and fitness centers, a pharmacy and subsidized meals. The company’s global headcount stands at 13,741.
The next IT company on ’25 World’s Best Multinational Workplaces’ list is NetApp ranked at No. 4 on the overall list. The company ranked at No. 3 in 2014.
The data storage specialist offers employees up to 40 hours against future accruals of time off to extend a break from work. This is in addition to their vacation time. The company’s global employee strength stands at 12,810.
The company which has its headquarters in Spain has a total headcount of 123,700.
The company acquired by PC maker Dell for $67 billion recently has employee strength of 70,000.
Since last year, Microsoft has also changed its appraisal system, giving primary weightage to individual accomplishments. The company, which presently has 128,000 employees, ranked at No. 86 globally in last year’s list.
The company, which has 8,823 employees, has instituted an Employee Advocacy programme that allows staff to share their content externally via social media; the company awards employees with redeemable points for such social media posts.
Cisco, which has a total of 70,112 employees, recently marked the promotion of long-time executive Chuck Robbins to CEO with nearly 50 parties across locations like Boxborough, Massachusetts, Bengaluru and Beijing. But the grandest of these ‘Cisco Rocks’ parties was the Silicon Valley concert for its 30,000 employees and their guests, where Christina Aguilera and Keith Urban performed.
The company has moved up one step from last year to land on No. 16 in this year’s overall list. Having a total of 150,000 employees, Atento is known for its employee training and leadership programmes and also teaches employees to apply neuroscience in management and economics.