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2015 Global Randstad Award

How is the winner determined?

The winner of the Global Randstad Award is elected from a list of top 50 largest global companies based on a set of objective criteria:
  • largest number of employees
  • corporate/profit (governmental organizations are excluded)
  • operating in at least 25 countries
  • same company name in all the countries
  • at least 30% of their employees works outside the base country
The winner is the one with the highest relative attractiveness across 22 countries (Luxembourg is excluded), determined by the question: "Would you like to work for this company?".

To balance the impact of the different countries and reflect the actual economic reality a weighting on GDP (gross domestic product) is applied after consolidating the data.

Which are the companies surveyed?

Top 50 Global Randstad Award 2015 (in alphabetical order):

Accenture 
Allianz
ArcelorMittal       
AT&T
AXA
BASF 
Bayer 
Bosch Group
Cargill
Carrefour 
Citigroup
Coca-Cola 
Compass Group   

 DELL  
 Deutsche Post DHL
 Ernst & Young
 FedEx
 Ford
 GDF Suez
 General Electric
 General Motors    
 Hitachi
 Honda
 Honeywell
 HP
 HSBC Holdings
  IBM
  Ikea
  Johnson & Johnson 
  KPMG
  McDonalds
  Microsoft
  Nestlé
  Novartis
  Panasonic Corp.
  Pepsico
  Philips
  Procter & Gamble 
  PwC

 Samsung
 Siemens
 Sodexo
 Sony
 Tata Company
 ThyssenKrupp
 Toshiba
 Toyota
 Unilever
 UPS
 Volkswagen Group

Who is the most attractive employer worldwide in 2015?
The top-10 contenders for the Global Randstad Award 2015 are (in alphabetical order):

Coca-Cola
GE
HP
IBM
Microsoft
   Philips
   Siemens
   Sony
   Samsung
   Tata Consultancy Services
 

One of these companies will win the Global Randstad Award 2015 and can proudly claim to be the most attractive employer worldwide. The winner will be announced April 23, 2015 in Brussels.

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