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ENGIE ranked 10th in LinkedIn’s top UK companies to work for

04 April 2019

ENGIE, the leading energy and services company, has been ranked as 10th in the LinkedIn Top Companies 2019, a list of the top 25 companies where UK professionals want to work – and where they remain once they’ve joined.

The LinkedIn Top Companies list considers a wide range of factors across four main pillars; interest in the company and its activites, engagement with employees, job interest, and employee retention.

Crucially, the scores aren’t just based on what people say, but also on analysis of billions of actions taken by over 610 million professionals on LinkedIn.

ENGIE UK & Ireland CEO Wilfrid Petrie, commented: “We have always seen our employees as our most important resource, so we are delighted by this affirmation of how we value people and, most importantly, how they view ENGIE as an employer.

“Regardless of their individual skills, every ENGIE employee is driven by the same deep motivation to deliver outcomes which improve people’s lives - enabling businesses and communities to embrace the transition towards a zero carbon, more efficient and increasingly digital world.

“To have achieved such a high ranking against so many other leading UK employers shows that our investment in our people delivers major benefits to ENGIE, our staff and our customers.”

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