Topping the List in a Year of Economic Challenges
Xerox named the best place to work in Greece.
We’re gratified that our efforts to sustain our business, long term, are recognized around the world.
Anyone following world news knows that the socioeconomic situation in Greece has been difficult. Sovereign debt issues raised the possibility of government austerity measures that ignited worker unrest. In such a climate, it is especially gratifying that Xerox topped the list of the Ten Best Workplaces for 2011 (among businesses with 50 – 250 employees).
The award is made annually by Great Place to Work Institute Hellas and Alba Graduate Business School. This is the fourth year in a row we’ve made the list, now topping it with special recognition for our Human Resources Management policies and practices.