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Great Place to Work Ireland 2019

Written by Robert McHugh, on 1st Mar 2019. Posted in General

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The 17th annual Great Place to Work Best Workplaces in Ireland awards took place in the Clayton Hotel on Wednesday.

Great Place to Work Ireland is part of a global network of culture consultants, with offices in 48 countries using an established methodology to publish lists at country, regional, and global levels. 

The Great Place to Work Institute assesses the policies and practices in place in organisations under nine key areas: Inspiring, Speaking, Listening, Caring, Developing, Thanking, Hiring, Celebrating, and Sharing. They then benchmark these practices against other organisations in that country. 

The second key component of the assessment is an anonymous Trust Index survey that gathers the perceptions of employees under five dimensions: Credibility, Respect, Fairness, Pride, and Camaraderie. Finally, there is an in-depth qualitative analysis of open ended comments from employees. 

Speaking on Wednesday, CEO of Great Place to Work Ireland, John Ryan said, "Securing a place on the list of Best Workplaces in Ireland is a greater achievement that ever before. These organisations have opened up to us, giving us a deep understanding of the culture that drives their performance."

He added, "Even though we’re dealing with an unprecedented level of economic and political uncertainty, these Irish organisations are ready to deal with the challenges: they have built agility and plasticity into the core of their workplaces, developing the high levels of trust that are critical for adaptability." 

The winners are listed below. 

Ireland's Best Workplaces 2019
 
Best Small Workplaces

1. Radio Systems PetSafe Europe Limited
2. Esri Ireland
3. JTI Ireland Ltd
4. Collins McNicholas
5. Cadence Design Systems
6. Mars Ireland
7. Kantar Worldpanel
8. Osborne Recruitment
9. Novo Nordisk
10. Exterion Media
11. PEI
12. Wolfgang Digital
13. CapSpire Ltd
14. Codex Office Solutions
15. Bayer Limited
16. Adecco
17. SES Shannon Engine Support
18. WP Engine Ireland Ltd
19. Icon Accounting
20. Tracey Solicitors
21. First Data (Nenagh)
22. Eventbrite
23. CNP Santander Insurance Services
24. Astellas Pharma Co Ltd Citywest
25. ORS
26. Scurri
27. Arlo Technologies
28. World Rugby
29. Leman Solicitors
30. 3 Dental
31. Stelfox
32. Autoglass
33. Volkswagen Financial Services Ireland

Best Medium Workplaces
1. Workhuman (formerly Globoforce)
2. Cisco Systems
3. FireEye Ireland
4. Dun & Bradstreet
5. Dropbox
6. Distilled SCH
7. Ergo
8. Ipsen Manufacturing Ireland Ltd
9. Poppulo
10. The Taxback Group
11. Informatica
12. IPB Insurance
13. LogMeIn
14. AvantCard DAC
15. Ibec
16. SAS Ireland Ltd
17. Airfield Estate
18. Glenveagh Properties PLC
19. Euro Car Parks
20. The Marker Hotel
21. Marine Institute
22. Johnson & Perrott Motor Group

Best Large Workplaces
1. Workday
2. AbbVie Ireland
3. Salesforce
4. Version 1
5. HubSpot
6. Morgan McKinley
7. Kuehne & Nagel
8. Regeneron 
9. Britvic Ireland
10. McAfee Ireland
11. SAP
12. Bristol-Myers Squibb Cruiserath Biologics
13. Guidewire Software Inc
14. CPL Resources plc
15. Core
16. Laya Healthcare
17. Aura Holohan Group
18. ODEON Cinemas Group
19. A&L Goodbody
20. Woodie's
21. DHL Express Ireland
22. Harvey Norman
23. Expleo
24. Indeed
25. EY Ireland
26. Goodbody
27. The Doyle Collection
28. Fexco
29. Tesco Ireland Ltd
30. LotusWorks
31. MSD Carlow
32. Zenith Technologies

 
Ireland's Most Trusted Leader 2019
Awarded in partnership with TU Dublin Graduate Business School
Pamela Quinn - Kuehne & Nagel

Laureate Award
Awarded for 10 years of Best Workplace recognition
Core

Great Place to Work Ambassador Award
Caroline McClafferty - AbbVie

Great Place to Work Team Award
Avantcard DAC

Best Practice Award - Sharing
Woodie's

Best Practice Award - Celebrating
Informatica

Best Practice Award - Inspiring
Poppulo

Best Practice Award - Hiring
MSD Carlow

Spirit of Ireland Award
Maurice McCabe

Talent @ Work Winner
AIB Be Well Choir

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