Kimberly-Clark in top 10 places to work for second consecutive year
This week Kimberly-Clark was
recognised on the 2012 list of the "World's 25 Best Multinational
Workplaces" by the Great
Place to Work Institute. The survey included more than 350
multinational companies from 45 countries, and Kimberly-Clark
placed higher than any other FMCG company on the list.
Other companies to land in the Top 10 of Great Place to Work Institute's 2012 "World's 25 Best Multinational Workplaces" include Google, Microsoft, FedEx and Marriott.
"Being named among the world's 25 best multinational workplaces for the second consecutive year is a distinct honor for Kimberly-Clark, especially as we celebrate our 140-year anniversary," said Liz Gottung, Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer,
Kimberly-Clark. "Most importantly, this recognition is a testament to our employees around the world, whose outstanding contributions, dedication, and passion are what truly continue to make this a great place to work."
The Great Place to Work Institute's Best Multinational Workplaces rankings are based on the results of an international survey of 2.5 million employees, which measures their views on five key workplace attributes including credibility, fairness, respect, pride and camaraderie. Kimberly-Clark in particular was cited for its outstanding achievements in Bolivia, Brazil, Central America, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Peru and Venezuela.
This latest recognition from the Great Place to Work Institute follows several international workplace awards received by Kimberly-Clark this year, including No. 1 Best Multinational Company in Latin America by the Great Places to Work Institute for the third time in a row.