19 Argentinian companies among the best places to work
The reports were created based on three topics or groups. On the one hand, the analysis based on multinational companies. Second, rankings composed of large companies. In the end, a list of small and medium enterprises was created.
The survey shows that the top 3 ranked multinationals in Latin America are DHL Express (transportation), Millicom (telecommunications and information technology) and GBM (information technology).
Within the conglomerate of multinational corporations, the presence of e-commerce is evident in Free market (in sixth place), co-founded by Marcos Galperin, and they Applause (eighteenth place), by Martin Migoya. In addition, DHL Express is present in Argentina, as are AT&T (4), Teleperformance (8), AES (11), Hilton (12), EY (13), Dell Technologies (14), Oracle (17). and SAP. (22).
Among the different factors that are analyzed to create the index, the consultant takes into account aspects such as credibility, respect, equality, camaraderie and the pride that the company generates in its employees.
In the case of large companies, the first place was occupied by the Brazilian distribution company Magazine Luiza, followed by the Mexican Infonavit and Peru Interbank, both specialized in financial services.
The list of majors included an Argentine presence in the list of the 50 best places to work in the region. Firstly, BANKING To singIIkea took fourth place, while its bottom quillmes (24), industrial bank (33) you Kargil (39).
Four Argentine companies were also present in SMEs. Information technology company Dinocloud was ranked 19th; Seibo Digital Ranks 21st in Professional Services; The guarantee, financial services and insurance company is in position 34 and WearCloud, a technology company, is also in position 42.
Among SMEs, those that took first place were Real Plaza (real estate) from Peru, Seguros Universal (insurance industry) from Guatemala and Visaggio Consultoria from Brazil (professional services) in third place.
Also, based on indicators analyzed by Great Places to Work, such as trust, among others, it appears that the category of financial services and insurance scored 31% and ranked first among the most excellent to work . in Latin America.
Below are information technology companies with a score of 14%, the second most important element operating in this sector. Production and manufacturing rank third at 10%, followed by professional services at 7%, real estate at 5%, and biotech and pharmaceuticals at 4%.
As for the top ranked countries for working in Latin America, Argentina third on the listWith a score of 7%, it is overtaken by Mexico, with only 8%, and Costa Rica, 8%.
High ranking in the report 19 companies, including Mercado Libre, Globant and Banco Galicia, register the country’s position as correlated with other regions in the region.
Below Argentina are Brazil (4), Chile (5), Peru (6), Uruguay (7), Colombia (8), Dominican Republic (9), El Salvador (10 ), Guatemala (11) and Paraguay (12) . Were. .), Honduras (13), Nicaragua (14), Panama (15), Bolivia (16) and Ecuador (17).