Kuehne + Nagel recognised as the 6th Best Workplace in the country
Kuehne + Nagel Ireland were recently are recognised as one of Ireland Best Workplaces at prestigious Great Place to Work Institute Awards event for the fifth year in a row.
The company was awarded the prestigious accolade at the Great Place to Work Awards in the Double Tree by Hilton Hotel, Dublin at the end of last month.
Speaking about the award Garry McCabe, Human Resources Director at the company stated:
“We are again humbled to be the only Logistics Company in Ireland on the Best Workplace List, we truly are proud to be the standard bearers for our industry in Ireland. We are absolutely delighted to be recognised as one of Irelands best workplaces and to reach the heights of 6th when benchmarking ourselves against the very best employers in Ireland, we have again exceeded our own aspirations. We are always focused on improving the work life experience of our people and we look forward to further developing the people practices for the Freight & Logistics industry in Ireland throughout 2016. Our journey has no end, as we will continue to set the bar higher while striving to exceed and enjoying ourselves along the way”.
Remarking on the fantastic achievement for all 65 organisations that have been recognised, CEO of Great Place to Work Ireland, John Ryan said:
“At this stage, most organisations have seen the importance of defining their culture and supporting its development with practices, real lived values, and a clear set of desired behaviours to drive organisational performance. In the past, only the most progressive companies focused on these areas. Today it is the norm. If organisations don’t have clear metrics around their people performance and engagement they are seen as laggards. This year’s listed organisations have gone one step further, ensuring there is a clear alignment between their culture, climate, structure, practices and behaviours. This creates an employee experience where talent can thrive, and the organisation can adapt and achieve.
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Diana Sheehan, Stephen Doyle, Paul Burke, Dave Sadlier, Leanne Mansworth, Pamela Quinn, Tim Hourihan, Garry McCabe, Elaine Irwin & Kieran Kissane