Here’s The Best Workplaces In Greece

bestplacetowork2013greeceThe Great Place to Work Institute Hellas has released its 11th annual survey of the Best Workplaces in Greece, featuring a range from health care to breweries and pharmaceutical businesses.

In the survey, conducted with the academic support of ALBA Graduate Business School, 25 companies were distinguished. The top 25 companies are divided into three categories, depending on the number of their employees:  10 large companies employing more than 251 people, 10 medium-sized businesses with 50-250 workers, and five small companies with 20-49 employees.

The top 10 large companies are: Elais-Unilever Hellas, Hygeia Hospital, Athenian Brewery., Papastratos AVES, PepsiCO-Tasty Foods, Costa Navarino, Diamantis Masoutis, Teleperformance Hellas, Novartis Hellas and Pharmathen.

The 10 Best Medium companies are: Miscrosoft Hellas, British American Tobacco Hellas, Melissa Kikizas Food Products, Roche Hellas, Mars Hellas, Hygiene Products, Genesis Pharma, General Mills, General Electric (GE) and Diageo Hellas.

The five Best Small companies are: SAS Institute, Randstad, Sprint Integrated Communications, ActionAid Hellas and Royal Canin Hellas.

The Best Workplaces Survey 2013 was conducted in autumn 2012 and the evaluation of the companies was completed in February 2013. 51 companies from various market sectors, which employee a total of 36.498 people, participated in the survey. The total number of employees who took part in this year’s survey amounted to 13,159.

The Great Place to Work Institute is an international consulting firm of evaluation and research with representation in more than 45 countries in Europe, America, Asia, Africa and Oceania. The Institute, in order to compile the list of Best Workplaces in Europe and the respective national lists for more than 45 countries throughout the world, uses the Trust Index tool (Trust Indicator) to investigate the employees’ opinions and the special questionnaire for the evaluation of the company’s practices.


  1. Mars Confectionaery are in Hellas? Wow. Given that in Australia they bought out that which had been the largest Hellenic owned confectioner, Hellas Confectionery – Kenman Kandy