Great Place to Work has together with The Economist selected Europe’s best workplaces in 2021, and here Danish Precis Digital can be found on the list.
In collaboration with The Economist, Great Place to Work®, the global authority on workplace culture, lists Precis Digital as number 49 on their top 50 list of Europe’s best midsize jobs in 2021.
Great Place to Work®, Europe’s largest collection of employee experiences, has analyzed jobs, totaling over 1 million employees from 36 countries and more than 3,000 companies in Europe, on the key factors that create good jobs for all.
To get a place on the list, companies must first rank highest on Great Place to Work’s national lists. Earlier this year, Precis Digital received the special award for Denmark’s Best Workplace for Women and was even named the Best Medium-sized (50-499 employees) Workplace in the IT industry. The recognitions are based on confidential data that shows employees’ experiences of trust, innovation, company values and leadership in the workplace.
” The fact that Great Place to Work lists Precis Digital as one of Europe’s best workplaces is a huge pat on the back to all employees, partners and others who contribute every day to making Precis Digital the fantastic workplace it is. Like most other companies, this year we have had to make our workplace function under completely new conditions, which has undoubtedly made it a greater challenge to ensure the well-being of our employees. The recognition from GPTW therefore warms up extra much this year, ” says CEO of Precis, Christopher Engberg-Brixen and explains that 100 per cent. their employees this year have indicated that they think Precis is a good workplace, which is the highest employee satisfaction they have had.
The companies on Great Place to Works’ list of Europe’s best workplaces are also evaluated on how good they are at creating a workplace that includes all employees, no matter who they are or what they do.
The pandemic has focused on well-being
The consequences of the pandemic brought physical and mental well-being to the minds of both employers and employees.
Among the companies that have achieved a place on the list, an average of 85 per cent said. of employees that they experience well-being at work (defined by factors such as feeling cared for and believing that their workplace is a mentally and emotionally healthy place to work). In addition, there is a clear difference in the responses from employees who feel good in their workplace compared to those employees who do not consistently feel good in their workplace. The employees who feel good are:
- 4.4 times more likely to say they will work there for a long time.
- 3.7 times more likely to say that work-life balance is encouraged.
- They are 2.8 times more likely to say that the actions of management reflect what they are saying.
“The Best Workplaces in Europe ™ has set a new standard for employee care across different industries,” said Michael C. Bush, CEO of Great Place to Work®.
“These companies are led by the type of managers who are proud to support the needs of their employees. They create flexible work environments where everyone can thrive, no matter who they are or what they do at the company. Congratulations on the best jobs in Europe ™ in 2021. ”
Source: IT-Kanalen by it-kanalen.dk.
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