LinkedIn France reveals the 25 most attractive companies to work for

April 11, 2019
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The banking sector largely dominates the 2019 ranking with four banks among the top five places. This fourth edition also marks the entry of 11 new companies, including giants of technology and flagships of French industry, proof of the dynamism and renewal of the labor market in recent months.

LinkedIn, the first professional network in the world, has published the fourth edition of its Top Companies ranking, which highlights the 25 most attractive employers in France.

This unique study is based on LinkedIn data, and the billions of shares made by LinkedIn's 610 million members, including 17 million in France. This ranking Top Companies honors employers who attract talent and know how to retain their employees in France and around the world.

Top 25 most attractive companies in France in 2019:

1. BNP Paribas

2. Societe Generale

3. Groupe BPCE

4. LVMH

5. Crédit Agricole Group

6. AXA

7. ENGIE

8. Bouygues Group

9. L'Oreal

10. Orange

11. VINCI

12. Airbus

13. Saffron

14. Nexity

15. AccorHotels

16. CHANEL

17. Carrefour

18. Casino Group

19. Capgemini

20. Alphabet

21. Total

22. Sanofi

23. Salesforce

24. EY

25. Renault Group

This year, the ranking present several new features compared to previous editions. Banks are among the most attractive companies with the four largest French banks in the top 5: BNP Paribas (1st), Societe Generale (2nd), Groupe BPCE (3rd) and Crédit Agricole Group (5th). 

"This renewed attractiveness for the banking sector can be explained by the stability of the careers and the good working conditions offered, but also by financial professions once again perceived as innovative because of the digital transformation," explains Sandrine Chauvin, Editor-in-chief of LinkedIn in France.

Also noted is the entry in the ranking of 11 new companies. The players in the telecommunications and internet sector make a breakthrough, with the presence of Orange in 10th place in the ranking and the entry of two new companies: Alphabet (20th) and Salesforce (23rd).

Other French specificities: the industry sector is particularly popular, with the presence of several French flagships: Airbus (12th), Safran (13th), Sanofi (22nd) or the Renault Group (25th). Companies in the luxury sector are also, this year again, very well represented with LVMH (4th), L'Oreal (9th) and Chanel (16th) in the rankings.

"The renewed dynamism of the labor market in recent months creates an emulation and leads to a stiffer competition between employers, who compete for innovation to attract talent, especially in the digital," Chauvin adds. "With our Top Companies ranking, thousands of candidates on LinkedIn can refine their research and learn more about the companies that recruit before applying."

This year, Top Companies ranking was achieved in 11 countries including France, United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, Australia, Brazil, Mexico, India, China and Japan by LinkedIn's editorial team.

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