Now in its third year, Forbes Media, in partnership with Statista Inc., has recently published the ranking of the Global 2000: World's Best Employers 2019. Just as previous years, the top 500 best employers among the world’s biggest public enterprises have been identified. Therefore, the employees were asked to rate their own employer in various dimensions (internal perception) as well as to recommend other employers (public perception). The 500 companies receiving the highest total scores are awarded as the World`s Best Employers within the Global 2000 list.
This accolade serves to reinforce your reputation as a leading global company. To externally promote your achievement, Forbes has created licensing packages that include a special award Logo, available only to the listed companies allowing you to fully leverage this achievement and to showcase your status as one of the World’s Best Employers 2019.
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The sub list is based on the published Global 2000-list of 2019 on Forbes.com.
To create the list of the Top 500 Employers, around 1,400,000 global recommendations were analyzed.
The recommendations were collected via a global poll and different regional surveys. To evaluate the companies as an employer, employees were asked to rate their own employer (internal perception) as well as to recommend other employers (public perception). The willingness to recommend one’s own employer was one dimension of our assessment; this metric is based on the theory of the Net Promoter Score1. This question required an answer on a scale from 0 to 10, where 0 means "I wouldn’t recommend my employer under any circumstances" and 10 means "I would definitely recommend my employer". A secondary dimension to the assessment involved asking employees to mention good or bad employers in their sectors /industries besides their own. Furthermore, participants of the surveys were asked to rate the companies on the aspects “The company is an attractive employer within the industry” and “The company is effective and well managed”.
Due to regional differences in answer behavior (e.g. connected to social desirability) an adjustment of answer scales was achieved using an industry-specific harmonization index. In the final step, the com-pany scores were transferred to a 100-point-scale.
The 500 companies receiving the highest total scores are awarded as the World’s Best Employers within the Global 2000 list.
1Net Promoter, NPS and Net Promoter Score are registered trademarks of Satmetrix Systems, Inc., Bain & Company and Fred Reichheld
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