Following a string of recognition in other countries, Monsanto Poland has been ranked the 3rd best place to work in Poland by the Great Place to Work® Institute in the category of ‘companies with up to 50 employees’.
The Great Place to Work® Institute survey rankings are based on a combination of an assessment of employees’ responses to a survey about job satisfaction and an independent assessment of human resources management, company culture and well-being at work.
During the ceremony on March 26, 2015 Monsanto was represented by the board members: Agnieszka Kaminska, Leszek Koltun , Pawel Szostak and the HR manager Ela Coughlin who said a few words to the audience:
“I have been working for this company for 16 years. This year for the first time we have participated in GPTW survey. We are honored to receive this recognition. We achieved this good result thanks to unique relationships we have built with our employees. What shapes these relationships?
We are thankful to our employees for the confirmation that our engagement actions for the last several years were noticed and appreciated by them. At the same time we are happy to be a part of an organization that creates a friendly working environment for everyone. Thanks to these efforts and engagement of each of us we were able today to be recognized as Great Place to Work.”
Monsanto Poland management and employees are proud to be recognized by GPTW as one of the best in Poland in our category and ready to put extra efforts to sustain these good results in the future.
Monsanto Poland employs currently 48 employees. Activities in Poland include sales and marketing of corn and oilseed rape seeds (DEKALB® brand), vegetable seeds (Seminis® and De Ruiter® brands), and herbicides (e.g.Roundup® brand). Monsanto Poland has also OSR breading station.
Anyone who’s interested can watch a recording of the awards ceremony here.
Photo credit: Great Place to Work® in Poland