Scandic Hotels in Denmark, Germany and Finland has been awarded by Great Place to Work as the third best workplace in Europe in the Multinational companies category.
Europe’s best workplaces were announced last night at a gala event held in Athens in Greece. Over 1.6 million employees from 2,800 companies in Europe participated in the Great Place to Work 2018 survey that addressed employees’ views on leadership, innovation, participation, organizational culture and trust.
– I am extremely proud that Scandic Hotels has won this award. It proves that the work we do with constant focus on inclusion and well-being is appreciate and it is a work we do continuously, in the end, our most important asset is our team members, says Even Frydenberg, President & CEO of Scandic Hotels.
– Scandic has a strong company culture driven by our core values and dedication to sustainable business. I am thankful to all our 17.000 team members who creates great hotel experiences for our guests every day. This recognition of engagement is very encouraging, says Lena Bjurner SVP HR & Sustainability at Scandic Hotels Group.
– The organizations in this year’s best workplaces in Europe list represent forward-thinking cultures that cultivate inclusion for all. They understand that employees are people first and foremost and provide them with environments where they can be themselves, build strong bonds and thrive with their peers, says Great Place to Work’s CEO, Michael Bush.
In February 2018, Scandic Hotels in Finland was named best workplace for the second consecutive year in the Large company category and in 2017 Denmark as the best workplace with over 500 employees. And this year in Germany, the company placed 12th in the Small & Medium category.
About the Best Workplaces in Europe list