Grohe has been ranked 12th in the Top 25 Multinational Employers in Europe 2021, evaluated by Great Place to Work, a global authority on workplace culture, in collaboration with The Economist Group.
Grohe was recognised for its commitment to create a tailored employee experience that covers the entire career journey. As part of Lixil, the company says it has embarked on a transformation towards an agile, diverse, and inclusive workplace and flat hierarchies. In six markets, the global brand qualified in the category of best multinational employers in the national rankings and received the Great Place to Work certification in more than 20 markets.
To be recognised as among the best in Europe, companies must first rank highest on Great Place to Work’s Best Workplaces national lists across the region. To put together their rankings, the independent institute analysed the company workplace programmes of over 1 million employees from 36 countries and more than 1,500 companies in Europe, to understand the key factors that create great workplaces for all. This was achieved by evaluating confidential survey data that assessed employee experiences related to trust, innovation, company values and leadership.
"Our employees are at the heart of everything we do. Receiving this fantastic recognition is the result of sincere teamwork across our entire region. Our corporate culture and all our colleagues create what has been confirmed as a ‘Great Place to Work’. I am proud of this achievement. At the same time, it is an incentive for us to continue all our efforts to enable exciting career journeys in order to attract and retain talent,” says Jonas Brennwald, leader Lixil EMENA and co-CEO for Grohe.