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Carillion success in online staff retention poll

22 June 2016

Professional networking site LinkedIn has released information on the top 15 companies with more than 500 employees rated as the best at attracting staff in the UK, which includes Carillion Facilities Services.

LinkedIn says its Top Attractors list is the first of its kind to be based entirely on actions of users and was conducted by analysing the online activity of more than 433m members.

It has accordingly ranked the winners in each geographic area, showing the top businesses across the world or in individual countries.

Numerous factors were included in its analysis, it says, including the views and actual applications for job postings featured on the site, along with numbers of non-employees viewing and connecting with a company's staff members.

The online survey described the Carillion success in the words of its chief sustainability officer in a recent online post (but did not name the individual concerned):

“We do very, very real things,” like building hospitals and schools, said the person, according to LinkedIn.

It says the company employs 46,000 and lists noteworthy projects such as the extension of Liverpool Football Club’s Anfield Stadium, with workers enthusing about the fast-changing nature of the business and their career opportunities.

More information on the report can be found at https://lists.linkedin.com/2016/top-attractors/en/uk/carillion


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