Samsung Electronics has once again claimed the top spot for the fourth consecutive year on Forbes’ “World’s Best Employers” list. Samsung’s achievement is notable due to the support it provides to its employees and the evolving work conditions.
Forbes conducted surveys with over 170,000 employees from 50 countries, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, China, India, Vietnam, and Korea, to evaluate employers. Participants assessed their companies on social responsibility, economic performance, and working conditions. They also indicated whether they would recommend their companies to family and friends and how they perceived other similar companies in their sectors. Based on these evaluations, each company received a score, and a list was created comprising the top 700 companies with the highest scores.
Companies participating in the survey did not have to pay, and the information of all participants was kept confidential. Samsung’s success on this list is attributed to its employees’ high levels of satisfaction and pride, as well as the company’s positive reputation in the industry. Samsung stood out among the leading companies that have achieved this success by emphasizing growth opportunities, global collaborations, remote work, and meaningful work.
Samsung Electronics continually refreshes its work culture and systems to ensure that its employees work in a comfortable and secure environment. Additionally, the company offers facilities such as in-house restaurants, clinics, fitness centers, and mental health counseling services.
Furthermore, the company runs an in-house venture program called “Creative Lab” and operates the Resource Group (ERG) that collaborates with managers and employees on diversity and inclusivity matters. Samsung also supports people through social responsibility programs like “Solve for Tomorrow” and “Samsung Innovation Campus.”
To encourage innovation and partnerships, Samsung supports various initiatives, uses an in-house idea-sharing platform called “Mosaic,” initiates the Samsung Talent Exchange Program (STEP) as a global talent exchange program, and establishes Samsung Electronics University (UniverSE) where employees can receive leadership training.
All these activities promote the personal development and loyalty of Samsung employees. Samsung’s fourth consecutive first-place ranking on Forbes’ 2023 “World’s Best Employers” list underscores the company’s commitment to its employees and its accomplishments.
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