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Aon Hewitt: Philip Morris is Employer of the Year

Five companies from various industries doing business in Slovakia have earned the title 'best employer of 2012', with tobacco company Philip Morris Slovakia topping the list, consultancy called Aon Hewitt announced on Wednesday, September 12. According to the 'Best Employers of Slovakia' analysis prepared by Aon Hewitt, pharmaceutical company Roche Slovakia was second, followed by IT company Microsoft Slovakia. Fourth place belongs to Telefónica Slovakia, while pharmaceutical company Novartis Slovakia is fifth. As many as 42 companies from various fields participated in the analysis. Half of these were big companies with 250 or more employees.

Five companies from various industries doing business in Slovakia have earned the title 'best employer of 2012', with tobacco company Philip Morris Slovakia topping the list, consultancy called Aon Hewitt announced on Wednesday, September 12.

According to the 'Best Employers of Slovakia' analysis prepared by Aon Hewitt, pharmaceutical company Roche Slovakia was second, followed by IT company Microsoft Slovakia. Fourth place belongs to Telefónica Slovakia, while pharmaceutical company Novartis Slovakia is fifth. As many as 42 companies from various fields participated in the analysis. Half of these were big companies with 250 or more employees.

(Source: TASR)
Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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