The best places to work in Mexico in 2016By Valeria Bigurra Peñavera
Great Place To Work Mexico presents the winners of the 2016 edition of the best places to work.
Great Place to Work® Institute is a global research, consulting and training company dedicated to helping organizations to identify, create and sustain great workplaces.
The company makes every year the ranking of the best companies to work in more than 52 countries, and a few days ago they released the best companies to work in Mexico.
This ranking is the result of a process of detailed analysis and is considered the most important and exhaustive in the world, since it is based on a rigorous research that is focused on the opinions of the workers.
In Mexico the Model and Methodology of Great Place to Work® is certified by the Mexican Institute of Standardization and Certification and it has the acceptance of the Grant Thornton firm.
Now we´ll talk about some of the best companies to work for in Mexico.
This company ranks in the 1st place and according to its web site they are an entrepreneurial group working for financial inclusion at the base of the pyramid with presence in Mexico, Peru and Guatemala.
The Instituto del Fondo Nacional de la Vivienda para los Trabajadores (Infonavit) is a Mexican institution where the labor, business and government sector participate, and is dedicated to grant credit for housing for workers and it also provide the returns to the savings in the National Housing Fund for retirement pensions.
El Puerto de Liverpool S.A.B. de C.V. It is a Mexican company that operates department stores focused in middle and high income consumer.
4. Supermercados S-Mart
S-Mart is a supermarket chain in Mexico, which emerged in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua. Besides having most branches in its hometown, it has spread to cities like Chihuahua, Monterrey, Nuevo Laredo, Reynosa and Matamoros.
5. Scotiabank Mexico
Officially known as The Bank of Nova Scotia is one of the five largest banks in Canada. It is the third bank by the volume of its assets and the second largest by market capitalization.
6. BBVA Bancomer
BBVA Bancomer, SA, Multiple Banking Institution, Grupo Financiero BBVA Bancomer, is a Mexican financial institution commercial bank, which was founded in 1932 as Banco de Comercio (Bancomer). Since 2000, its main shareholder is Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA).
7. Atento México
Atento is the largest provider of management services and BPO client relationships in Latin America and Spain, and is among the top three providers worldwide.
Banco Santander arrived in Brazil in 1982 with a representative office. Nine years after operations, Santander Investment began, and is currently the third largest private bank by assets in Brazil, and the first among international banks. The customer base exceeds 6.7 million, and they have 1897 outlets and 7,119 ATMs.
9.Volkswagen de México
Volkswagen is a German car manufacturer based in Wolfsburg, Lower Saxony, Germany. Volkswagen is the original and best-selling brand of the Volkswagen Group, the largest German automaker and the second largest in the world.
Chedraui is a Mexican supermarket chain of Lebanese descent which began operations as supermarket in the year 1970.It currently has about 218 stores, of which 152 are Tienda Chedraui, 51 Super Chedraui, 15 stores in Selecto format and they have 50 El Super Stores in the United States, at company level they have more than 35,000 employees.
For the full list you can enter the website www.greatplacetowork.com.mx
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