Top Companies to Work for in Argentina

Creating a Prideful Workplace: GPTW Rankings of the Best Places to Work in Argentina Highlight Key Takeaways for Employers

In 2024, Great Place to Work® released its annual ranking of “The Best Places to Work in Argentina,” based on the opinions of over 140,000 employees from 350 companies. The ranking was divided into categories based on the number of employees in each company. In the category with more than 1,000 employees, Cervecería Quilmes came in first place, followed by Accenture and McDonald’s. Other companies that made the list included Orders Now, Ualá, Cargill, Banco Macro, Molinos, Curtiembre Arlei and SAP.

In the category with 251 to 1,000 employees, DHL Express took first place, followed by Hilton and AES Servicios America. In the category with a maximum of 250 employees, LinkSolution secured the top spot, followed by BASE4 Security and Adila Fin & Pay. The survey that determined the ranking consisted of 60 questions that assessed the workplace environment and employee experiences.

The awards event for this year’s ranking was once again hosted in person at the Alvear Icon Hotel in Puerto Madero. The event brought together 500 CEOs and HR representatives from leading companies in Argentina to celebrate the ranking and discuss the importance of creating a great workplace for all employees. GPTW highlighted the importance of fostering a sense of pride among employees which contributes to business success and talent retention.

A analysis of this year’s ranking revealed a growth in employee perception regarding communication expectations within their workplaces. While most companies received positive feedback regarding their purpose and pride among their employees there were variations based on age groups and hierarchical levels. GPTW assesses workplace experiences through an evaluation based on an organization’s size, workforce composition and industry norms.

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