Category Archives: Rankings

Most Reputable Companies in the World in 2018

Rolex, Lego and Google Top Reputation Institute’s 2018 Global RepTrak® 100 – World’s Largest Corporate Reputation Study. The top 10 companies in RI’s 2018 Global RepTrak® 100 are: Rolex LEGO Group Google Canon The Walt Disney Company Sony Adidas Robert Bosch BMW Group Microsoft High risers in the Top 100 rankings are Samsung (+44), LG …
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The Best Places to Work in Spain 2018

Great Place to Work®, a global benchmark in Human Resources research and management, this month presented awards to the 50 companies featured in the Best Workplaces Spain 2018. The original list of candidates included more than 300 companies of wildly varying sizes and sectors. The companies that topped the ranking for 2018 are Vodafone España (in the “>1,000 employees” …
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Mercer’s 2018 Global Quality of Living Ranking

For the ninth consecutive year, Vienna, Austria tops our Quality of Living ranking. Zurich, Switzerland and Munich, Germany followed Vienna. Western European cities continues to surpass the rest of the world when it comes to expatriate quality of living by taking 8 of the top spots. Mercer’s authoritative Quality of Living Survey is the most comprehensive …
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Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work for 2018

Salesforce is the No. 1 place to work jumping seven spots from last year. Wegmans Food Markets, Ultimate Software, The Boston Consulting Group and Edward Jones round out the top five. To identify the 100 Best Companies to Work For, each year Fortune partners with Great Place to Work to conduct the most extensive employee survey in corporate America. The ranking …
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The 2018 NAFE Top 70 Companies for Executive Women

A. T. Kearney, Abbott and Accenture are the best companies for executive women, according to a list compiled by the National Association for Female Executives (NAFE). The annual Top Companies list this year highlights a record number of employers. A division of Working Mother Media, NAFE expanded the 2018 rankings from 60 to 70 in …
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Fostering Effective Energy Transition

The first edition of the Fostering Effective Energy Transition report, prepared with analytical support from McKinsey & Company, is part of the World Economic Forum System Initiative on Shaping the Future of Energy. The report Fostering Effective Energy Transition: A Fact-Based Framework to Support Decision-Making introduces the “Energy Transition Index”, which builds upon the previous …
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World Happiness Report 2018

This year Finland takes the top spot as the happiest country as measured by surveys undertaken by Gallup International from 2015-2017. Rounding out the rest of the top ten in order of overall happiness are Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Switzerland, Netherlands, Canada, New Zealand, Sweden, and Australia. The U.S. ranked 18th. The least happy countries are …
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The Global Women, Peace and Security Index 2017

The global Women, Peace and Security Index was launched by The Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security and the Peace Research Institute of Oslo (PRIO). It measures women’s well-being by assessing various factors such as inclusion, justice and security in 153 countries. The Index reflects a shared vision that countries are more peaceful and prosperous when …
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The Best Countries for Women 2018

Denmark was ranked the best place in the world for women in The US News & World Reports’ Best Countries survey, based on 9,000 respondents’ opinions and ranked among 80 countries. Sweden and Norway follow up in second and third place, respectively. Spain ranks 18th. Northern European countries often rank among the happiest countries on Earth, being praised for their wide array of free …
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Europe’s Most Attractive Employers 2017

Google is the most attractive employer, according to Universum’s ranking of “Europe’s Most Attractive Employers 2017”. The annual talent attraction index compiles the results of Universum’s survey of students in the Europe’s 12 largest economies (Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and the UK). The index is divided into two rankings: one …
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