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Saint-Gobain Italy certified Top Employer 2018

Saint-Gobain Italia certified as Top Employer for the fourth time

Saint-Gobain in Italy has been certified by the Top Employers Institute for the fourth consecutive year.

Top Employers Institute, which certifies the excellence of work conditions of employees at companies around the world, has certified Saint-Gobain Italia for the fourth consecutive year.
Top Employers Institute certifies the best global companies in terms of HR – offering the best working conditions, and which train and develop the skills of its employees at each and every level, and which also work constantly to improve and optimize their Best Practices with regards to Human Resources.
Companies selected to take part in Top Employers undergo a rigid and in-depth research process – HR Best Practices Survey – and must reach the high standards requested.
In fact, during company audits, the working environment at Saint-Gobain in Italy were carefully checked, enabling the company to be among a selected group of certified companies.
“Human resources are one of the most important assets – or even the most important in my opinion – of a company,” commented Gianni Scotti, President and Managing Director of the Saint-Gobain Group in Italy. “This is why we focus a lot on constant updating and training of our employees, as well as creating the best possible working conditions in every area of the company. This Top Employer 2018 certification is, for Saint-Gobain, an important part of the company’s values.”
In Italy, Saint-Gobain is a technological centre of reference in the construction sector, thanks to its integrated systems and solutions for today’s market, while respecting the environment and with energy efficiency in mind.

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