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    Samsung tops list of World’s Best Employers for fourth year in a row

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    Last updated: October 11th, 2023 at 14:30 UTC+02:00

    Samsung has topped the World's Best Employers list for the fourth year in a row. The list was created by Forbes in collaboration with Statista, and the company evaluated and ranked 700 firms for the 2023 version of its list. To come up with the rankings, the company surveyed 170,000 people across 50 countries worldwide.

    Samsung, which has 270,372 employees globally, ranked first in the list of the World's Best Employers. Employees who participated in the survey responded about their companies' economic performance, working conditions, social responsibility, and more. Companies can't get involved in this process, which keeps the survey fair. Samsung has ranked first in this survey since 2020. Below are the top 14 rankings.

    1. Samsung
    2. Microsoft
    3. Alphabet (Google)
    4. Apple
    5. Ferrari
    6. IBM
    7. Adobe
    8. Costco Wholesale
    9. BMW Group
    10. Cisco
    11. Airbus
    12. Adidas
    13. Lockheed Martin
    14. Rolex
    15. Dell

    You can find the complete list by clicking here.

    Samsung Family Day

    This list shows that Samsung employees have largely positive feedback about the company. They take pride and satisfaction in working for Samsung. It shows the importance of offering growth opportunities, global cooperation, remote work, and giving meaning to work. Samsung offers an in-house cafeteria, an in-house clinic, a fitness center, and a psychological counseling center.

    Samsung C-Lab Event

    The South Korean firm also offers C-Lab Inside, an in-house funding program that supports startups started by its employees. ERG (Employee Resource Group) is the company's voluntary networking group, while with programs like Solve For Tomorrow and Samsung Innovation Campus, the company tries to give back to the community through social contribution.

    MOSAIC is Samsung's in-house idea-sharing program, while STEP (Samsung Talent Exchange Program) is its mutual work exchange program with domestic and foreign talent. With the UniverSE program, it offers in-house job and leadership training to its employees.

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