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Best Workplaces in Latin America (2010)



Sponsor: The Great Place to Work Institute

Description:
“For the first time ever the Best Companies in Latin America have been identified and published in leading national Latin American magazines and newspapers. In Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, and Uruguay, a list of best workplaces has been produced, with companies on these lists then considered for inclusion on the Latin America regional list announced 1 April 2004. The companies appearing on the national Best Companies lists in each of the seven countries are evaluated against one another to select the 100 Best Workplaces in Latin America. For the last seven years, starting in Brazil, and with Uruguay our newest addition, Best Companies lists have been published in Latin America and continue to be produced annually. The 2010 List of the 100 Best Workplaces in Latin America is produced by the Great Place to Work® Institute and published in the HSM Magazine and a range of national media in Latin America. For the 2010 edition, more than 1400 companies have participated and more than 1 million employees have responded to the employee survey.”

Methodology:
“Companies are selected for the Best Workplaces lists primarily on the basis of their employees' responses to the Great Place to Work® Trust Index®, a proprietary employee survey developed by the Great Place to Work® Institute. Further information used for selection to the list is provided by completion of the Great Place to Work® Culture Audit©, a two part management questionnaire, also developed by the Great Place to Work® Institute. We take pride in maintaining the highest level of integrity in our evaluation process. Great Place to Work® Institute and its media partners will only publicize information about companies that make the list and, in addition, only publicize positive aspects of each company.”

Link:
http://www.greatplacetowork.ca/best/list-la-2010.htm

Last Updated:
April 2010

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