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2014 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 2014 (in alphabetical order):

Accenture 
Allianz
ArcelorMittal       
AT&T
AXA
BASF 
Bayer 
BMW 
Bosch
Cargill
Carrefour 
Citigroup
Coca-Cola 
 Compass Group     
 Deutsche Bank
 Deutsche Post  
 FedEx
 Ford
 GDF Suez
 GE
 General Motors        
 GSK
 Hitachi
 Honda
 Honeywell
 HP
  HSBC Holdings 
  IBM 
  Ikea
  Johnson & Johnson       
  KPMG
  McDonalds
  Nestlé
  Nokia
  Novartis
  Panasonic Corp.
  Pepsico
  Philips
  Procter & Gamble 
 PwC 
 Samsung
 Siemens
 Sodexo
 Sony
 ThyssenKrupp
 Total
 Toyota Motor
 Unilever
 UPS
 Volkswagen


Who is the most attractive employer worldwide?
The top 5 nominees of the Global Randstad Award are (in alphabetical order): 
  • BMW
  • Coca-Cola
  • GE
  • Samsung 
  • Sony
These companies are the most attractive employers across the countries Randstad surveyed.

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