Top 25 Best Places to Work in Europe for 2023 revealed

Top 25 Best Places to Work in Europe for 2023 revealed

The Best Places to Work organization announced the top 25 Best Places to Work in Europe for 2023.

Topping this year’s ranking was Takeda, the leading multinational pharmaceutical company followed by Bristol-Myers Squibb. McDonald’s secured third among the top 25 most-performing organizations in Europe.

For the past couple of years, the Best Places to Work program has recognized leading employers across the world, backed by several years of workplace culture assessment and a global database of over 25 million employees. To be considered for the list, companies must be identified as outstanding employers at least in one of the countries in Europe.

In light of the current business environment and talent shortages, Best Places to Work's recent research and analysis has identified several critical differentiating factors of leading organizations in Europe, including inspiring leadership, talent focus, agility and community engagement. This year, the top 25 companies demonstrated a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion where more than 95% of employees said that individual differences do not affect the way people are treated within their organisations.

The list of the top 25 top workplaces in Europe includes:

  • Takeda
  • Bristol Myers Squibb
  • McDonald’s
  • Servier
  • Rebeldot
  • Sodexo
  • MSD
  • AlumierMD
  • Deskbird
  • Arctic
  • Dipharma
  • Teka
  • Adalvo
  • Upp Technologies
  • Faptic Technology
  • Meridiam
  • Olea Medical
  • Qarnot Computing
  • Mladvisory
  • B.Conseil
  • First Bank
  • Heptasys
  • Mēness Aptieka
  • Konecta Group
  • Frime

Best Places to Work is an international certification program, considered the ‘Platinum Standard’ in identifying and recognizing top workplaces around the world, providing employers the opportunity to learn more about the engagement and the satisfaction of their employees and honour those who deliver an outstanding work experience with the highest standards in regards to working conditions.

Every year in Europe, the program partners with over 500 organizations, across different industries, to help them measure, benchmark, improve their HR practices and have access to the tools and expertise they need to deliver effective and sustainable change in their organizations.

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News Source: European Business Magazine

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