these cool places to work in 2020

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these cool places to work in 2020





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The 18th edition of Great Place to Work’s Best Workplaces, which ranks the companies most invested in quality of life at work, was published on Wednesday. What are the most virtuous organizations this year? Discover the prize list in full.

While the metro-office-dodo routine is already lacking for some in these times of forced confinement see even Partial unemployment, Great Place to work has just published this Wednesday, March 25, its annual Best Workplaces list, distinguishing the companies established in France that are most involved in the quality of life at work. For this 18th edition, 93 employers are included in the ranking, out of 283 participants – 33% of laureates. New this year, the institute has reviewed its different categories of business size “so that they house companies with closer realities and issues,” says Jullien Brezun, managing director of Great Place to Work France. Against the backdrop of a conviction: “it is by taking care of its employees that we take care of its customers and therefore that we achieve better economic results”.

This year again, we find groups that have become regulars in the ranking in each category (except that of less than 50 employees, who has almost only new entrants), such as Mars France, Salesforce, Leboncoin, Extia, Valhrona, Krys Group, Accuracy or Decathlon, which comes back to the 2th place in the over 2,500 category after a year of break. “In 2020, four very strong trends are emerging among the winners, points Jullien Brezun. First that of smart working, which pushes companies to rethink the social bond in their organization so as to align it more with the expectations of their employees, for example by developing telework, especially in these times of crisis. Then, the growing interest in valuing an inspiring leadership more than a lean management purely transactional. Finally, the quest for meaning and questions of inclusion are also emerging more and more, “notes the general manager of Great Place to Work, who insists on” the necessary process of continuous improvement to become and remain a ‘best workplace ‘“.

Two-step audit

To be certified and then hope to appear on the prize list, companies must submit to a two-step audit, billed by the institute (from 4,000 euros excluding taxes for less than 50 employees and 14,400 euros HT for larger companies) , adjusted according to the number of employees and the degree of analysis desired. First step, the transmission to their employees of a questionnaire of 64 answers to which they are supposed to answer anonymously. To be valid, the survey must have obtained a minimum participation rate, which is, for example, 40% for companies with more than 5,000 employees. The labeling can be won after a certain threshold of positive responses (70% for small businesses, 66% for larger ones).

In addition, candidates complete a file on their good HR practices which is then evaluated by the thirty employees of Great Place to Work and who weighs for a third of the overall mark – knowing that certification can be obtained from a score of 10/20 on this Culture Audit. A scientific integrity committee also conducts surveys on applicants to check that they are in compliance with the ethical charter (anonymity of employee responses, possible pressures, etc.). “This has led to the exclusion of at least one company during this edition,” says Jullien Brezun.

Best Workplaces in the age of coronavirus

It remains to be seen to what extent these “best workplaces” will remain this year, at a time when the uncertainty linked to the spread of the Covid-19 epidemic is shaking all sectors and businesses of all sizes. Already, some companies on the list have taken protective measures to limit breakage. The dealer group Chopard automobile, for example, had to close all of its outlets since the start of containment. While hunting for medical masks sold on its platform, The good corner has also put on hold some of its commercial activities (delivery by Mondial Relay, deposit of parcels at relay points). Decathlon, which had to close its stores, for its part required its 20,000 employees to put their days off and RTT, before resorting to a transition to partial activity. Frederic Plais, boss of Platform.sh (BtoB cloud), also a 2020 winner, will no doubt encounter fewer organizational problems. He did not wait for the pandemic, to switch all its teams to telework … at 100%. An appointment is made in a year to validate the HR survival strategies of each of the winners.

Discover the 2020 list of Best Workplaces in France

List of companies with less than 50 employees:

RankBusinessCreationSeatEffective
1AVENTIM2008Marquette-lez-Lille34
2OPEO2012Paris25
3Utopias1993Paris47
4PROTIME2009Paris20
5COMPASTING2014Nantes29
6AXONE2016Meyreuil20
7GUEST SUITE2013Nantes40
8PICADELI FRANCE2017Marseille23
9PLATFORM.SH2010Paris29
10SYSPERTEC GROUP1993Saint Cloud40
11SSID2014Villeneuve d’Ascq30
12SWAGELOK PARIS1987Villebon-sur-Yvette39
13VAGANET2014Velizy-Villacoublay39
14NEOTYS2005Gemenos47
15OPINION SYSTEM2011Lantern36
16MATILAN1993Paris46
17APSI1994Rillieux-la-Pape45
18ADMO.TV2015Paris42
19DORVAL ASSET MANAGEMENT1993Paris24
20SPEACH2012Nantes45

List of companies with 50 to 250 employees:

RankBusinessCreationSeatEffective
1INTUIT QUICKBOOKS2014Paris56
2UPTOO2007Paris107
3W.L. GORE & ASSOCIES1972Paris53
4ACCURACY2004Neuilly-sur-Seine200
5CADENCE DESIGN SYSTEMS1988Velizy115
6TASMANE2009Paris53
7WORKDAY France2013Paris130
8COLOMBUS CONSULTING1999Paris136
9QUATERNARY1999Paris56
10BONITASOFT2009Boulogne-Billancourt58
11MADDER1986Paris172
12NEXTOO2002Roubaix107
13VO2 GROUP2011Paris106
14ARGON & CO2001Levallois-Perret174
15EPSA TAX & INNOVATION2011Lyon87
16RCA1998Saint-Herblain134
17SYSTEMS AND MEN1990Paris166
18APOLLO2004Lyon60
19LESFURETS2012Paris89
20BROWN-FORMAN France2013Paris113
21SOFTFLUENT2005Antony59
22CAPCO1998Paris123
23SOPHIA ENGINEERING2005Valbonne240
24CROWE FICOREC1984Marseille51
25NEXWORLD 2010Paris79
26VALIANTYS2006Toulouse74
27WEBNET1996Sevres134
28ROYAL CHAMPAGNE HOTEL & SPA2018Champillon99
29AKUITEO SAS2011Lyon55
30HR CONVICTIONS2007Paris162

List of companies with 250 to 1,000 employees:

RankBusinessCreationSeatEffective
1NOVENCIA GROUP2000Paris276
2SALESFORCE France1999Paris983
3MERITIS2007Paris505
4MC2I1989Paris744
5CISCO SYSTEMS France1989Issy-les-Moulineaux667
6MAGELLAN CONSULTING2008Paris264
7MERCEDES BENZ FINANCIAL SERVICES1988Montiny-le-Bretonneux280
8STRYKER1985Pusignan711
9C’PRO AUVERGNE RHONE ALPES1991Valence436
10CEACOM NORMANDY2006Le Havre529
11THE INSURANCE OLIVE TREE2010Paris271
12ABBVIE2012Rungis697
13ARAMISAUTO2001Arcueil546
14BJORG, BONNETERRE COMPAGNIE1970Saint-Genis-Laval379
15KRYS GROUP1966Bazainville564
16ISAGRI1983Beauvais902
17SIA PARTNERS1999Paris737
18HILLROM1946Pluvigner528
19START PEOPLE1987Saint-Julien-Les-Metz853
20VALRHONA (SAVENCIA GROUP)1922Tain-l’Hermitage786
21SAS France1983Evry-Gregy-sur-Yerre250
22AXA BANK2002Fontenay-sous-Bois806
23HOMESERVE2001Lyon397
24CHIESI1935Bois Colombes396
25IVIDATA GROUP2013Levallois-Perret359
26LINCOLN1990Boulogne-Billancourt260
27MANUTAN1966Gonesse607
28DRAGONFLY BLUE1997Gallargues-le-Montueux745
29HARVEST1989Paris254
30DIRECT INSURANCE1992Suresnes629

List of companies with 1,000 to 2,500 employees:

RankBusinessCreationSeatEffective
1EXTIA 2007Sevres2.137
2LEBONCOIN GROUP2006Paris1.003
3TALAN2006Paris1.529
4WAVESTONE1900Paris2,466
5CAPGEMINI INVENT1967Issy-les-Moulineaux1.279
6CHOPARD AUTOMOBILE GROUP1996Besancon1,650
7UES MCRA2012Paris2.172
8LGM GROUP1991Velizy-Villacoublay1,074

List of companies with more than 2,500 employees:

RankBusinessCreationSeatEffective
1MARCH France1911Multiples4.200
2DECATHLON1976Villeneuve d’Ascq20,151
3SII GROUP1979Paris3.550
4EY1987Paris6.029
5WORLDLINE FRANCE2010Bezons2.644

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