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Randstad names Australia’s most attractive companies – are you on the list?

05 May 17

Randstad has named Australia’s most attractive employers for job seekers that are using the recruitment company to find work. 

The annual survey included 7795 job seekers and resulted in a list of 25 organisations; among these are Qantas, ABC, Virgin Austrlia, PwC, Coca-Cola Amati and Schneider Electric.

Schneider Electric came in as number 9 on the list. The company’s zone president, Australia and New Zealand, Gareth O’Reilly, says “we are honored to have been recognised as one of Australia’s most desirable companies to work for.”

“At Schneider we have a strong focus on diversity and inclusion, as well as learning and development; core values that build the foundation of our business culture.”

The survey also found that work-life balance, job security, and career progression are priorities for job seekers.

Schneider Electric, vice president, Human Resources Pacific, Pip Russell, comments “at Schneider Electric, we believe in providing employees with a platform for professional and personal fulfilment through a high-performance culture, employee well-being, flexible work arrangements, as well as continual skill growth.”

“We are a thriving collective — an organisation that grows together – and our success is founded in our diversity.

“We see diversity and business success as intrinsically related.”

Here’s the complete list of Australia’s most attractive employers according to Randstad’s survey:

1.     Qantas

2.     Victorian Government

3.     ABC

4.     Virgin Australia

5.     GHD

6.     Monadelphous

7.     National Disability Insurance Agency

8.     Department of Immigration & Border Protection

9.     Schneider Electric

10.  Queensland Government

11.  KPMG

12.  Department of Health

13.  PwC

14.  Seven West Media

15.  Holcim Australia

16.  NSW Government

17.  Coca-Cola Amatil

18.  Macmahon

19.  Wesfarmers

20.  Super Retail Group

21.  Foxtel

22.  Campbell Arnotts

23.  JBS Australia

24.  WorleyParsons

25.  Nestle

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