Amplifon and Italgas are the only two Italian companies to have returned in 2023 to the ranking drawn up by Most Loved Workplace and by the American magazine Newsweek of the 100 companies most loved by their employees. The rankings include the best companies that have achieved the Most Loved Workplace certification — which recognizes the basis of satisfaction, engagement and inclusion metrics established by the Best Practice Institute of Florida. In the top 100, led by the British multinational consultancy Hlb, there are also companies of the caliber of Spotify and Hilton.
Amplifon: collaboration and positive values
The final classification was reached by analyzing the results determined after interviewing more than 2 million employees of companies with a workforce ranging from 30 to more than 10,000 people. The 100 companies were selected because they place the respect, attention and appreciation of their employees at the center of their business model. I am lucky enough to lead a group of very talented people - commented the CEO of Amplifon, Enrico Vita - who share extremely simple but also very strong values, who share a project, with a passion for achieving ambitious goals, but above all, who enjoy working together with the right team dynamics. According to the website of Most Loved Workplace, which has 19,350 employees, Amplifon reached 83rd position thanks to eight elements: collaboration between people, positive vision of the future, respect for employees and support in achieving their goals, alignment of company-employee values, company benefits and policies, CEO leadership.
Italgas: referral program and CO2 reduction
Italgas occupies 75th place and, according to the Most Loved Workplace website, it has 4,000 workers in its offices and has been awarded among the most loved companies in the world by its workforce as it listens to its employees by implementing a referral program ( recommendations and suggestions from people to third parties) to reward employees. It offers first each open position within the company and has launched a program of digital ambassadors, a sort of reverse mentorship where younger employees help older ones with new technologies. To benefit both people and the planet, the company closes its office every Friday to reduce CO2 emissions.