News, Culture & Society

The brands Australians say they would be ‘proudest’ to work for

Revealed: The top 10 brands Australians say they would be ‘proudest’ to work for – including Google, Netflix and Qantas

  • YouGov reveals the top 10 brands Australian employees are proudest to work for 
  • Google has become the top brand Australian employees are proud to work for 
  • The workplace rankings, conducted by YouGov, rounded up the top 10 brands 
  • Qantas came in at second place, followed by Cancer Council and then PayPal

With a spectacular gaming room, free lunches and nap pods, it’s no surprise Google has become the top brand Australian employees would be proudest to work for.

The Internet giant is among the 10 workplaces around the country providing the best experiences for their employees between March 31, 2018 to March 31, 2019.

The workplace rankings, conducted by YouGov, rounded up the top 10 brands, with Qantas coming in at second place, followed by Cancer Council and then PayPal.

With a spectacular gaming room, free lunches and nap pods, it’s no surprise Google has become the top brand Australian employees are proud to work for

YouGov revealed rankings of the top 10 brands, with Qantas coming in at second spot

YouGov revealed rankings of the top 10 brands, with Qantas coming in at second spot

Workplace ranking: Australia’s top brands

1. Google

2. Qantas

3. Cancer Council

4. PayPal

5. Mercedes-Benz 

6. Netflix

7. Toyota

8. Emirates

9. BMW

10. YouTube 

‘The prevalence of tech brands in the top 10 suggests that many Aussies want to work for innovative and forward-thinking employers – particularly Google who takes the top spot,’ Ervin Ha, head of data products at YouGov APAC said.

‘Being a brand people would be proud to work for is a good indication of strong brand health.’

Mercedes-Benz was another brand that provided the best experiences for their employees, followed by online streaming giant Netflix.

Third spot: Cancer Council is the only charity in Australia to work across every area of every cancer, from research to prevention and support

Third spot: Cancer Council is the only charity in Australia to work across every area of every cancer, from research to prevention and support

Fourth spot! PayPal has been operating in Australia since 2005 - and has more than seven million active customer accounts

Fourth spot! PayPal has been operating in Australia since 2005 – and has more than seven million active customer accounts 

Car giant Toyota drove its way up to the seventh spot, followed by Emirates, BMW and YouTube.

YouGov also revealed the ‘most improved’ workplace, with Netflix coming in at the top spot, followed by McDonald’s, WhatsApp, Hungry Jack’s and Singapore Airlines.

KFC came in at fifth spot, followed by KIA, SEEK, Samsung and Qantas.



Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


Comments are closed.