EY named as one of the 25 World’s Best Multinational Workplaces by Great Place to Work®
- EY ranked 12th - the only ‘Big Four’ employer on list
EY has been recognised as one of the World’s Best Multinational Workplaces by the Great Place to Work Institute. Now in its second year, the ranking is the world’s largest annual study of workplace excellence and identifies the top 25 best multinationals in terms of workplace culture.
Steve Varley, UK Chairman and Managing Partner of EY, commented: “It’s a great honour to be recognised as one of the best global employers by Great Place to Work. We must celebrate this success, which comes as a result of our ability to attract the best people and build them into high performance teams throughout the world. Looking ahead, we will continue to innovate further to address generational, business and technological changes.
“As a 167,000-strong employer, it’s important that our people feel empowered – whatever their geographical location or level of seniority. Our focus will be on enabling a work environment that delivers the right tools and flexibility to suit various lifestyles and career aspirations. As a people-centric business, this will be the key to help drive competitive edge and deliver future success.”
Liz Bingham, EY’s Managing Partner for People in the UK added: “The exceptional EY experience we provide for our people includes the opportunity to work in a truly global and inclusive environment that reaches across geographic borders, cultures, service lines, generations and professional experiences.
“Our people can work alongside colleagues and clients from different countries or cultures, take advantage of a range of global mobility initiatives and international assignments, or participate in learning and development programs to establish a global mindset. This award is an important acknowledgement of our work to remain the most globalised, integrated professional services organisation in mindset and actions, yet it pushes us to aim even higher as we learn from the successes of our fellow honorees.”
Since launching the first best workplaces lists in the United States and Brazil in 1997, Great Place to Work® now recognises leading workplaces in some 45 countries. The World’s Best Multinational Workplace list is based on a pool of data from some 2,000 companies that were listed on Great Place to Work® country best companies lists. Every year, Great Place to Work® analyses data from surveys taken by more than 2.5 million employees and workplace culture analytics taken from 5,671 companies, which represent more than 11 million employees.
“The companies listed on the second-annual World’s Best Multinational Workplaces List are creating workplaces dedicated to fostering trust, pride and camaraderie amongst their employees,” said Susan Lucas-Conwell, Global CEO of Great Place to Work®. “Their inclusion on this prestigious list demonstrates their commitment to continually improving the lives of their employees and setting innovative new standards for workplaces of the future.”