Glassdoor ranking of ‘The Best Places to Work’ nominates 2 cosmetic giants.
The Best Places to Work review.
Glassdoor’s ‘The Best Places to Work” list 2018 is the ranking of companies, that employees like the most. Among 100 companies from different industries, Glassdoor placed 2 corporations from cosmetic field. Johnson&Johnson was 38th while was P&G 62nd. The Best Places to Work ranking announced Facebook to be the best employer. Facebook was among top 15 firm’s in 8 consecutive years. Second position was taken by Bain & Company, whose CEO Bob Bechek won in 2016 the highest rated CEO award. Boston Consulting Group won the third price.
There are 4 major criteria, which influence company’s position in ranking. Mission to be live in – gives employees a sense of meaningfulness, and impact positive impact on society. Strong Culture creates engagement and allows to share common values, so essential for high efficiency at work. People – Focused approach underlines importance of letting employees to develop and grow. Transparency is the last pillar. It helps to clarify the communication and operational rules, which helps to avoid misunderstandings.
“The Best Places to Work” 38th position: Johnson&Johnson
In anonymous Glassdoor survey, that took place across 2017 – employees chosen Johnson&Johnson firm to be one of the best places to work. J&J’s personnel prised firm’s benefits, company’s culture and work/life balance. 86% of Glassdoor respondents said, that they would recommend Johnson&Johnson to their friends. Individuals working for this cosmetic giant appreciate also the role of
P&G won 62 position on Glassdoor ” Best Places to Work” contect.
Among the best 10 companies from Glassdoor ranking including: Ultimate Software (10), St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (9), World Wide Technology(8), HubSpot(7), Lululemon (6), Google(5), In-N-Out Burger(4), Boston Consulting Group (3), Bain & Company(2) and Facebook(1) – Procter&Gamble also found it’s place. Listed as 62nd P&G was prised by it’s employees for wide variety of benefits. Anonymous respondents, who voted for P&G like cosmetic company’s health insurance policy. They are found of Vacation & Paid Time Off, as well as Maternity & Paternity leave regulations. One of individual’s previously employed in P&G said: “When I worked at P&G 10 years ago I did not appreciate how rich the benefits package was”, which suggest great impression of Procter&Gamble benefit policy, that he keeps until now. P&G Ceo – David S. Taylor was also nominated to Glassdoor Highest Rated Ceo’s List for 2017.