Samsung is the most attractive employer in Poland

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For the third time Samsung Poland has been recognized as the most attractive workplace in Poland by the participants of the Randstad Employer Brand Research survey. It is also the sixth place on the podium for the brand in the history of the ranking. The respondents appreciate the company both for its stable market position and favorable working conditions.

In this year's (11th) edition of the Randstad Employer Brand Research survey nearly 5,000 respondents (working, studying or looking for a job) aged 18 to 64* cast their votes. The respondents assessed the stability of employment, the level of remuneration, career development prospects, work-life balance and the atmosphere in the workplace. Based on their responses, Samsung was awarded the title of the most attractive employer this year. The respondents equate Samsung with a good financial condition, good reputation and the possibility of professional development.

- Placing on the top of the podium is an honor, but also a huge responsibility. We are glad that our market position and organizational culture have been appreciated. This is the perfect moment to thank each of the thousands of employees in Poland who contribute to building this image every day - says Olaf Krynicki, spokesman for Samsung Electronics Poland.

Randstad Employer Brand Research is a research on employer’s image and the factors of employers' attractiveness. The respondents determine whether, in their opinion, a given company is an attractive place to work. Their assessment is influenced by individual factors analyzed in the study, including job stability, satisfactory salary, career development prospects, work-life balance or a friendly atmosphere in the workplace.

The first survey was carried out in 2000 in Belgium. Today, Randstad Employer Brand Research is present in 34 countries and covers over 190,000 respondents from 6,493 companies. 

* The survey was conducted in January 2021 on a sample of 4,931 people. The sample was gender-representative with an overrepresentation of people aged 25-44.