LinkedIn lists companies Mexican employees aspire to work for

April 8, 2019
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This article was written and published in Spanish and has been translated into English via Google Translate. Click here to read the original article.

Where would you like to work? LinkedIn unveiled the Top Companies 2019 listing in which they feature the companies where Mexican employees dream of working. Within the top five are: Grupo Salinas, Walmart, FEMSA, Alsea and Amazon.

It is the first time that the social network has published the ranking for Mexico. To obtain it, they are based on the actions carried out by users within the platform, which in turn are analyzed in four main pillars: interest in the company, commitment of their current employees to the company, demand for employment and the level of retention of their employees.

"We are very happy to announce this list for the first time in Mexico, which represents, without doubt, a great opportunity for all those interested in finding the job of their dreams, as well as reinforcing our commitment to all users of the platform to continue to be the most important professional meeting point in the world," Natalia Fabeni, LinkedIn news editor for Latin America, shared in a statement.

The Top Companies 2019 list of Mexico is made up of the following 25 companies:

  1. Grupo Salinas
  2. Walmart
  3. FEMSA
  4. Alsea
  5. Amazon
  6. CitiBanamex
  7. Lala Group
  8. CEMEX
  9. Softtek
  10. Santander Bank
  11. SAP
  12. Grupo Financiero Banorte
  13. BBVA Bancomer
  14. PepsiCo
  15. Mars
  16. Monterrey Insurance (New York Life Insurance Company)
  17. Iron Palace
  18. IBM
  19. AXA
  20. Novartis
  21. Oracle
  22. AT&T
  23. Nestlé
  24. Johnson Controls
  25. The Real

In general, eight of the 25 companies that make up the ranking are Mexican and this represents 32% of the total. The list includes companies that have a large presence in the country and a wide international recognition. In addition, we can find organizations that are part of different industries such as information technology, finance, banking, health, beauty and consumption.

This article was written and published in Spanish and has been translated into English via Google Translate. Click here to read the original article.

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