Spectator on facebook

Spectator on facebook

Who are the top employers of 2017?

This year respondents changed priorities when choosing the most attractive employers.

(Source: Courtesy of Profesia.sk)

Sound salaries, strong brands and good collective. These were the priorities based on which thousands of respondents chose the most attractive employers of 2017. The winners were Slovak Telekom, Lidl and Henkel Slovensko.

“Collective and people were among the top reasons that the public perceives an employer as attractive, for the first time ever,” said Ivana Molnárová, executive director of Profesia.sk, as cited in the press release. “Compared with the previous year this factor has replaced work certainty and the long-term tradition of the company. It seems that today, when job applicants have a greater choice of possible jobs, they care more about the collective in which they will work and what the atmosphere is like in the work place.”

In the sixth year of the survey 11,713 respondents selected from a total of 200 nominated companies in eight categories. Compared to the 133 companies of the previous year the number of nominated companies increased significantly.

Read also:Business service centres are ramping up the labour force

When voting for the most attractive employer, the respondents considered remuneration and benefits the greatest priority. This was followed by (2) strong well-known brand, (3) good reputation of the company, (4) collective and people and (5) quality services and products.

The processing of personal data is subject to our Privacy Policy and the Cookie Policy. Before submitting your e-mail address, please make sure to acquaint yourself with these documents.

Topic: Career and HR


Top stories

Lajčák considers resignation if the migration compact is rejected

The foreign affairs minister also admitted to some disputes with PM Robert Fico.

Foreign Affairs Minister Miroslav Lajčák

How to cope with waste

Slovakia lags behind in recycling and reducing waste, but examples of other countries, particularly the Netherlands, are helping Slovakia implement strategies to reduce waste.

Roughly 67 percent of communal waste ended up at landfills in Slovakia, while only 23 percent was recycled.

The Burning Hell have warmed to Slovakia Video

There is one place in particular that the Canadian musicians have a soft spot for.

The Burning Hell will perform in Bratislava and in Banská Štiavnica.

Automotive industry and e-commerce drive the industrial sector

Western Slovakia with Bratislava remains the strongest locality.

Prologis Park Bratislava