June 23, 2017 - News

Version 1 ranks Top 10 in Great Place To Work Europe 2017

Commenting on the GPTW Europe 2017 award Version 1 CEO Tom O’Connor said, "I always talk about preserving the core whilst stimulating progress - Preserving the Core is about protecting & nurturing our core values, our mission, our relentless focus on customer satisfaction and employee engagement. I firmly believe we’ve built something special in Version 1, a uniqueness based on a Version 1 way of doing things that helps differentiate us. My job is to continue to build and strengthen that brand and, as a customer focussed CEO, to lead the next phase of our growth, not just in the UK and Ireland, but eventually across Europe. The GPTW Europe 2017 award tells European workforces that Version 1 is a force to be reckoned with and, ultimately, a workforce that they should want to be a part of.”

Version 1 has been a long-term partner of Great Place to Work Institute, and this is the first year that the company has made the Best Large Top 10 in Europe list. Version 1 has featured in the Best Large Top 10 in Ireland every year for the last 6 years.

More than 2,300 high performing organisations participated this year; the 15th Annual Best Workplaces in Europe study. Over 1.5 million employees across the region participated.

The GPTW Europe 2017 showcase organisations that focus on ensuring that their workplaces are the best that they can be, and are a testament to companies and employees who relentlessly strive to create a positive working cultures. Version 1 has a core focus on employee engagement and is delighted to have been acknowledged in this regard.


See the full listing here.


Find out why Version 1 is a Great Place to Work.


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