World’s Most Attractive Employers List

 
Research specialists Universum asked almost 200,000 students around the world to nominate their ideal employers. The results were astounding and promising for Big Four Firms.
  • PWC is rated 2nd on the list
  • EY came 3rd on the list
  • KPMG came 5th in the list and
  • Deloitte attained 6th position in the World’s Most Attractive Employers list.
(Information source: bit.ly/1oPTpIR)
 
 PwC Global Talent Leader, Michael Fenlon, says:

“We are delighted to be recognised by business students in this way. We are proud to offer all students, from business to engineering and IT, great opportunities to develop and build their career."

 

EY and Deloitte have also been named two of the 25 best big companies to work for by the Sunday Times in 2016.

 
 
Universum site has identified macro level trends impacting the talent management and employer branding industry based on their interactions with businesses and global student research.
 
 

Europe’s Most Attractive Business Employers

Universum recently conducted another survey on the Business Students across 12 European countries: Germany, France, UK, Russia, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Poland and Belgium.  
 
This research showed an interesting insight as opposed to the World Employers' list.
  • EY came 4th on the list
  • PWC came 5th in the list
  • KPMG came 8th and
  • Deloitte achieved 14th position in the Europe's Most Attractive Business Employers list.
(Information source: bit.ly/1RHKOlf)
 
As per EY Global Managing Partner – Talent, Mike Cullen: “Our recruiters and campus teams around the world deserve huge credit. We wish to be the most favoured employer and this fantastic achievement is a massive step toward that goal.”
 
Mike continues that “We plan to recruit 60,000 people in FY16 and an accolade as prestigious as this Award is a tremendous boost to our efforts.”
 
 
 
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