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EAE, ranked among the top seventy Spanish companies to work for

Lun, 11/02/2015 - 00:00

EAE Business School has once again been ranked among the top 100 Spanish companies with the best talent, according to the MERCO Talent Ranking 2015. In this edition, once again this year, EAE continued to climb in the league table to rank among the top 70 best Spanish companies to work for, in a ranking headed by Inditex, Repsol and BBVA.

Each year, the Merco Talent Ranking analyses which are the best companies to work for and which optimize corporate talent management to the greatest degree. Since 2007, EAE has ranked among the Top 100 Spanish and Ibero-American Companies. Every year, over 700 companies apply, with only 100 of them reaching the general classification, in which EAE has been included for the ninth year running.

Ranking Merco Talento 2015

The ranking’s mission is to provide and publicize a monitor that rigorously and independently identifies the best companies to work for in Spain and Ibero-America, and which optimize their corporate talent management. The ranking methodology takes three values into consideration for qualifying as a Company with Talent (Employment Quality, Employer Branding and Internal Reputation) and evaluates them based on 15 variables (salary, professional development, motivation and recognition, middle manager relations, work-life balance, image in society, talent acquisition, recommendation, business success, sector attractiveness, ethical and professional values, equality and diversity, senior management leadership, identification with the business project and pride at belonging to the company).

The ranking uses a multi-stakeholder approach underpinned by the analysis and evaluation by the company’s employees themselves, Human Resources experts, the general public and members of the alumni. Moreover, Merco Talent Spain 2015 is also subject to the Independent Review Report by KPMG, in accordance with Standard ISAE 3000.

If you would like to read the article published in the newspaper on 31st October, click here.

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