Posted 21st February

Whirlpool named top employer in Europe for 2019

By KBBDaily on 21st February 2019 - 07:00am
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Whirlpool UK Appliances Limited has received the Top Employer UK award for 2019, while Whirlpool EMEA has been named Top Employer UK and Top Employer Europe for the second year in a row by the Top Employer Institute.

Whirlpool EMEA offers a fast-track management programme as well as the EMEA Learning Hub, which provides more than 300 online learning activities in 16 languages. The company added that, starting this year, its administrative and management employees will “be able to enjoy smart working” to promote flexibility and a work-life balance.

“Whirlpool UK is delighted to have received the prestigious Top Employer recognition for a second consecutive year,” said Whirlpool UK and Ireland HR director Camila Perina, pictured alongside Top Employers Institute UK, France, Spain and Italy regional director Alessio Tanganelli.

“Developing careers and nurturing our colleagues is so important to us, and to be recognised for our dedication towards this is an amazing achievement. We will continue to provide the best offering and work environment to our employees as part of Whirlpool Corporation.”


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