Quintiles is the international great place to work contest ‘Europe’s best employers 2012’ Mannheim, June 20, 2012. Quintiles is the international great place to work competition of Europe’s best employers 2012 “(Engl.: best workplaces in Europe 2012”) has been awarded with a seventh place of the 100 best European employers. Companies that have a particularly trustworthy, appreciative and attractive workplace culture from the perspective of their employees were awarded. The quintiles award as one of Europe’s best employers 2012 “was preceded by a detailed survey of the employees on key workplace issues such as leadership, recognition, teamwork, professional development, work-life balance, and health promotion. Also the quality of the activities of the staff and management work in the company assessed place to work Institute by the independent great.
It is especially for the growing number of customers who carry out cross-border projects with quintiles important in all participating organizations on the same quality and motivation of employees to can leave”stresses Monika Beintner, Chief Executive Officer of quintiles commercial in Germany. This award at European level with an outstanding seventh place we are therefore particularly proud!” In total, 18 companies from Germany and located in Germany did make the leap on the list of the 100 best European employers. “The European employer competition in Europe’s best employers” already took place for the tenth time. He was launched in 2002 on the initiative of the European Commission. Great place to work calculated and published every year particularly attractive and employee-friendly employers in over 45 countries around the globe. Total 1.541 companies from 18 European countries had advertised.
Over 370,000 employees participated in the world’s largest employer benchmark survey. The awards were in three different size classes presented small and medium-sized enterprises”up to 500 MA (top 50). Large companies”> 500 MA (top 25); Multinational enterprises”with at least three countries participating in the competition (top 25).