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Cisco named best place to work in GCC for millennials

Dubai-based furniture retail company The One and global hospitality giant Hilton made up the top three companies in Great Place to Work survey

Cisco named best place to work in GCC for millennials

Innovative practices, such as Cisco’s Next Gen Leaders and other programmes, helped secure its position at the top of the list.

Tech giant Cisco has been named as the best place to work for millennials in the GCC.

Great Place to Work, the global authority on high trust workplace culture, has revealed the 30 Best Workplaces for Millennials.

Innovative practices, such as Cisco’s Next Gen Leaders and other programmes, helped secure its position at the top of the list.

Cisco is followed by Dubai-based furniture retail company The One and global hospitality giant Hilton taking third place.

Ranking from fourth to tenth place on the list were Century Financial, Alkhabeer Capital, Majid Society, Five Hotels, DHL, InterContinental Hotels Group and Landmark Group respectively.

“To be considered in the list, organizations had to meet the Great Place to Work®-Certified standard and with a minimum score of 85 percent based on what millennials say about their experiences of trust and ability to reach their full human potential as part of their organization, no matter who they are or what they do,” said Mazen Harb, managing director, Great Place To Work Middle East.

The ‘Best Workplaces for Millennials’ are represented by a number of industries including logistics, technology, finance, media, retail, fashion, FMCG, hospitality, healthcare and manufacturing.

“Rebuilding mutual trust and creating an innovative, positive and happy workplace in these challenging times should be at the top of the agenda for organisations; being a great workplace helps GCC entities quantify their culture and produce better business results.” added Tanzeel Rahman, managing director, Great Place To Work Saudi Arabia.

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