REVEALED: 25 best multinationals to work for

Great Place To Work Institute counts down the world's top multinational employers
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25. Mars \n70,000 Employees \nwww.mars.com \nIndustry: Manufacturing & Production // Food products \nHeadquarters: McLean, Virginia, United States \nListed In: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, India, Ireland, Korea, The Netherlands, Spain \nEmployee Growth: 3.5% \nGlobal Revenues: $30 billion \n1st Year as a Great Place To Work: 2008 \nWomen in Senior Management: 38%
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24. SC Johnson \n13,000 Employees \nwww.scjohnson.com \nIndustry: Manufacturing & Production // Personal and Household goods \nHeadquarters: Racine, Wisconsin, United States \nListed In: Argentina, Canada, Chile, Germany, India, Italy, Mexico, The Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Venezuela \nEmployee Growth: 1% \nGlobal Revenues: $9 billion \n1st Year as a Great Place To Work: 1984 \nWomen in Senior Management: 27%
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23. Quintiles \n26,676 Employees \nwww.quintiles.com \nIndustry: Health Care // Services \nHeadquarters: Durham, North Carolina, United States \nListed In: Canada, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Spain, United Kingdom \nEmployee Growth: 12% \nGlobal Revenues: $3 billion \n1st Year as a Great Place To Work: 2003 \nWomen in Senior Management: 52%
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22. Novo Nordisk \n33,970 Employees \nwww.novonordisk.com \nIndustry: Biotechnology & Pharmaceuticals \nHeadquarters: Bagsværd, Denmark \nListed In: Finland, India, Mexico, The Netherlands, Poland, United States \nEmployee Growth: 4.5% \nGlobal Revenues: $12.4 billion \n1st Year as a Great Place To Work: 2001 \nWomen in Senior Management: 25%
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21. Cisco \n66,599 Employees \nwww.cisco.com \nIndustry: Information Technology \nHeadquarters: San Jose, California, United States \nListed In: Brazil, Italy, Mexico, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, United States \nGlobal Revenues: $43.2 billion \n1st Year as a Great Place To Work: 2001 \nWomen in Senior Management: 16%
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20. McDonald's \n1,850,000 Employees \nwww.mcdonalds.com \nIndustry: Hospitality // Food and Beverage Service \nHeadquarters: Oak Brook, Illinois, United States \nListed In: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Central America, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Ecuador, France, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, The Netherlands, Peru, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Venezuela \nEmployee Growth: 2.7% \nGlobal Revenues: $27 billion \n1st Year as a Great Place To Work: 1997 \nWomen in Senior Management: 31%
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19. Accor \n160,000 Employees \nwww.accor.com \nIndustry: Hospitality // Hotel/Resort \nHeadquarters: Paris, France \nListed In: Argentina, Austria, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Peru, United Kingdom \nGlobal Revenues: $7.9 billion \n1st Year as a Great Place To Work: 1997 \nWomen in Senior Management: 43%
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18. American Express \n62,877 Employees \nwww.americanexpress.com \nIndustry: Financial Services & Insurance // Banking/Credit Services \nHeadquarters: New York City, New York, United States \nListed In: Argentina, India, Japan, Mexico, United States \nEmployee Growth: 0% \nGlobal Revenues: $30 billion \n1st Year as a Great Place To Work: 2000 \nWomen in Senior Management: 33% (Image for illustrative purposes)
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17. General Mills \n39,000 Employees \nwww.generalmills.com \nIndustry: Retail // Food/Grocery \nHeadquarters: Golden Valley, Minnesota, United States \nListed In: Canada, France, Greece, United Kingdom, United States \nEmployee Growth: 11% \nGlobal Revenues: $14.9 billion \n1st Year as a Great Place To Work: 1984
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16. National Instruments \n6,704 Employees \nwww.ni.com \nIndustry: Manufacturing & Production // Electronics \nHeadquarters: Austin, Texas, United States \nListed In: France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, United Kingdom, United States \nEmployee Growth: 9% \nGlobal Revenues: $1 billion \n1st Year as a Great Place To Work: 2000
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15. Intel Corporation \n104,116 Employees \nwww.intel.com \nIndustry: Information Technology // Hardware \nHeadquarters: Santa Clara, California, United States \nListed In: Argentina, India, Ireland, Japan, United States \nEmployee Growth: 8.8% \nGlobal Revenues: $54 billion \n1st Year as a Great Place To Work: 1984 \nWomen in Senior Management: 14%
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14. Monsanto \n21,255 Employees \nwww.monsanto.com \nIndustry: Manufacturing & Production // Chemicals \nHeadquarters: Creve Coeur, Missouri, United States \nListed In: Argentina, France, India, Ireland, Japan, United States \nGlobal Revenues: $11.8 billion \n1st Year as a Great Place To Work: 2000 \nWomen in Senior Management: 30%
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13. Telefonica \n130,709 Employees \nwww.telefonica.com \nIndustry: Telecommunciations\nHeadquarters: Madrid, Spain \nListed In: Argentina, Brazil, Central America, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Germany, Ireland, Mexico, Peru, Spain, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Venezuela \nEmployee Growth: -3% \nGlobal Revenues: $88 billion \n1st Year as a Great Place To Work: 2005 \nWomen in Senior Management: 19%
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12. Ernst & Young \n167,000 Employees \nwww.ey.com \nIndustry: Professional Services\nHeadquarters: London, United Kingdom \nListed In: Australia, Canada, India, Mexico, United Kingdom, United States \nEmployee Growth: 9.9% \nGlobal Revenues: $24.4 billion \n1st Year as a Great Place To Work: 1999 \nWomen in Senior Management: 34%
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11. PepsiCo \n300,000 Employees \nwww.pepsico.com \nIndustry: Manufacturing & Production // Food products; beverages \nHeadquarters: Purchase, New York, United States \nListed In: France, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, The Netherlands, United Arab Emirates, Uruguay \nGlobal Revenues: $66 billion \n1st Year as a Great Place To Work: 2004 \nWomen in Senior Management: 31%
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10. Autodesk \n7,254 Employees \nwww.autodesk.com \nIndustry: Information Technology // Software \nHeadquarters: San Rafael, California, United States \nListed In: Canada, Germany, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States \nEmployee Growth: 4.2% \nGlobal Revenues: $2 billion \n1st Year as a Great Place To Work: 1999
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9. Diageo \n25,000 Employees \nwww.diageo.com \nIndustry: Manufacturing & Production // Food products; beverages \nHeadquarters: London, United Kingdom \nListed In: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Germany, Ireland, Mexico, Nigeria, Venezuela \nEmployee Growth: 8% \nGlobal Revenues: $16.8 billion \n1st Year as a Great Place To Work: 2002 \nWomen in Senior Management: 27%
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8. Wl Gore & Associates \n10,059 Employees \nwww.gore.com \nIndustry: Manufacturing & Production \nHeadquarters: Newark, Delaware, United States \nListed In: France, Germany, Italy, Korea, United States \nEmployee Growth: 6.8% \nGlobal Revenues: $3 billion \n1st Year as a Great Place To Work: 1984 \nWomen in Senior Management: 21% \n(Image for illustrative purposes)
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7. FedEx Express \n151,344 Employees \nwww.fedex.com \nIndustry: Transportation // Package Transport \nHeadquarters: Memphis, Tennessee, United States \nListed In: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Chile, Central America, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Spain, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates \nEmployee Growth: 4.5% \nGlobal Revenues: $26.5 billion \n1st Year as a Great Place To Work: 1984
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6. Marriott \n325,000 Employees \nwww.marriott.com \nIndustry: Hospitality // Hotel/Resort \nHeadquarters: Bethesda, Maryland, United States \nListed In: Brazil, India, Mexico, Peru, United Arab Emirates, United States \nEmployee Growth: 2.7% \nGlobal Revenues: $12.3 billion \n1st Year as a Great Place To Work: 1998
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5. Microsoft \n96,052 Employees \nwww.microsoft.com \nIndustry: Information Technology // Software \nHeadquarters: Redmond, Washington, United States \nListed In: Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States \nEmployee Growth: 6.2% \nGlobal Revenues: $73.7 billion \n1st Year as a Great Place To Work: 1993
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4. Kimberly Clark \n57,929 Employees \nwww.kimberly-clark.com \nIndustry: Manufacturing & Production // Personal and Household goods \nHeadquarters: Irving, Texas, United States \nListed In: Bolivia, Brazil, Central America, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Peru, Venezuela \nEmployee Growth: 1.6% \nGlobal Revenues: $20.8 billion \n1st Year as a Great Place To Work: 2003
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3. NetApp \n12,643 Employees \nwww.netapp.com \nIndustry: Information Technology // Data Management \nHeadquarters: Sunnyvale, California, United States \nListed In: Australia, Canada, France, Germany, India, Japan, The Netherlands, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States \nEmployee Growth: 7.6% \nGlobal Revenues: $5.1 billion \n1st Year as a Great Place To Work: 2008 \nWomen in Senior Management: 23%
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2. Google \n34,311 Employees \nwww.google.com \nIndustry: Information Technology\nHeadquarters: Mountain View, California, United States \nListed In: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, India, Ireland, Japan, United States \nEmployee Growth: 19% \nGlobal Revenues: $37.9 billion \n1st Year as a Great Place To Work: 2006
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1. SAS Institute\n\n13,268 Employees\nwww.sas.com\nIndustry: Information Technology \nHeadquarters: Cary, North Carolina, United States\nListed In: Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Finland, France, India, Italy, Mexico, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland, United States\nEmployee Growth: 6.2%\nGlobal Revenues: $2.7 billion\n1st Year as a Great Place To Work: 1993