For the second year running, the BNP Paribas Group in Luxembourg has been awarded the prestigious “Top Employer Luxembourg 2017” certification for outstanding working conditions.
Every year the Top Employers Institute, a globally renowned independent organisation, certifies companies providing excellent working conditions that foster employees’ personal development. Following an assessment by an independent auditor, the BNP Paribas Group in Luxembourg once again joined the select list of companies singled out for this distinction. The BNP Paribas Group was also certified at the national level in France, Belgium, Italy, Poland, Spain (for Cetelem) and Turkey, thus obtaining the “Top Employer Europe 2017” label.
Patrick Gregorius, Head of Human Resources at the BNP Paribas Group in Luxembourg, emphasises: “We are particularly proud to have obtained this seal of approval for the second year running. This confirms the quality of our working conditions and encourages us to continue down this path. We are committed to keeping up our efforts to provide all our employees with a superior working environment.”
Being the bank for a changing world means focusing on the future, getting ready for the challenges that lie ahead, and being a driver of innovation. That is why the BNP Paribas Group in Luxembourg seeks to provide employees with a superior working environment that is open and inspiring and that allows everybody to play their part in the process of change.
About Top Employers
This label, which was created in 1991, has developed the most widely recognised HR research and certification methodology in the world for identifying and certifying employers that provide their employees with the best working conditions. This certification rewards employers that provide their employees with optimal working conditions and HR practices in concrete terms. The attractiveness of HR policies is assessed on the basis of research carried out by the Top Employers Institute, which is present in 116 countries and has created a community of more than 1,200 Top Employers. The methodology used is adapted to each country and developed in close cooperation with a local panel of HR experts and other selected partners. All aspects of HR management – including in particular pay policy, working conditions, benefits, corporate culture, training and career development, career opportunities, etc. – are examined in detail.