Sunday 13 June 2021

Great Places To Work In Latin America

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QCOSTARICA – Cisco, the information technology company, is tops among the best 25 multinational companies to work for in Latin America, with 1,710 employees in Costa Rica, Mexico, Brazil and Chile.

The information was released in a Latin America ranking by Great Place To Work between June 2015 and March 2016.

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In second place is Accor, with 11,975 employees in Brazil, Mexico and Peru. Number three is Monsanto with 6,000 employees in Brazil, Panama and Mexico. Fourth goes to Dell, with 6,000 employees in Costa Rica, Brazil, Panama and Mexico. And fifth is SC Johnson with 2,132 employees in Mexico, Brazil and Venezuela.

The companies featured in this ranking have been recognized at the regional level in at least three or more countries to create and sustain a culture consistently job confidence.

1 Cisco Information Technology 1,710
2 Accor Hospitality 11,975
3 Monsanto Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical 5,040
4 Dell Information Technology 6,268
5 SC Johnson Manufacturing and production 2,132
6 DHL Transport 1,731
7 Belcorp Health 6,721
8 Natura Manufacturing and production 1,430
9 JW Marriott Hospitality 2,144
10 Mars Manufacturing and production 2,044
11 Diageo Manufacturing and production 2,513
12 EMC Information Technology 1,222
13 Oracle Information Technology 4,622
14 Hilton Hospitality 2,252
15 3M Manufacturing and production 4,626
16 Atento Professional services
17 Roche Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical 2,146
18 Scotiabank Banking and Insurance 26,692
19 Falabella Retail 47,732
20 Cargill Manufacturing and production 10,303
21 Novartis Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical 2,118
22 British American Tobacco Manufacturing & production
23 Mapfre Insurance 11,717
24 Teleperformance Professional services 20,545
25 Santander Bank Banking and insurance

Source: Great Place to Work

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