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PRAMERICA VOTED IN TOP 25 COMPANIES IN EUROPE IN WHICH TO WORK

first_imgSome of the Pramerica Team!IT has more than 1,000 employees in Co Donegal – now it seems those who work for Pramerica reckon they’re just the best people to work for!Pramerica Systems Ireland Limited, based in Letterkenny, has just been named among Europe’s best workplaces by Great Place to Work®. Pramerica earned the Number 23 spot in the category of best large workplaces.“Earlier this year, we ranked Number 14 among Ireland’s ‘Best Workplaces’ and now Pramerica is recognized once again on an even broader scale,” said Caroline Faulkner, senior managing director and chief information officer at Pramerica Systems Ireland. “I’m proud of this recognition. It’s the talent and commitment of our team that strengthens our work environment and defines our success as a company.”The Great Place to Work® study identifies and recognises the finest employers – and therefore the most satisfied workforces –throughout Europe.Employees in each participating organisation complete a confidential questionnaire, rating their employers on almost 60 elements covering credibility, respect, fairness, pride and camaraderie in the workplace. Surveys are returned to the Great Place to Work® Institute by each individual employee to ensure confidentiality and honesty. Nearly 700,000 employees in more than 2,000 companies participated in the survey.“The Great Workplace Era is a time when all people can expect to work for an organisation where they trust their leaders, enjoy their colleagues and take pride in what they do. A time, in other words, when workplaces make the world better,’ says China Gorman, global CEO of Great Place to Work. “This era is arriving in Europe and other parts of the globe. And it’s good news for everyone.”  PRAMERICA VOTED IN TOP 25 COMPANIES IN EUROPE IN WHICH TO WORK was last modified: July 14th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Great Places to Workletterkennypramericalast_img read more

Everton fight to keep star, Swansea in £15m swoop and Charlton starlet in demand

first_imgHere are the top transfer-related stories in Monday’s newspapers and online…Christian Benteke’s agent has confirmed Liverpool have yet to receive any new offers for the Belgium striker but is hopeful of resolving his future before the end of the transfer window.  Crystal Palace have been eyeing the striker, along with Everton, West Ham United and Besiktas. (Guardian)Everton have been angered by Chelsea’s attempts to unsettle striker Romelu Lukaku. The Blues have yet to receive any bid for the 23-year-old despite reports of a £57m offer being rejected and they would not welcome an approach for their top scorer. (Liverpool Echo)And Everton will this week open new contract talks with Romelu Lukaku after insisting the striker will stay at the club. (Daily Express)Swansea City are ready to break their transfer record to bring Borja Baston to the Liberty Stadium. Francesco Guidolin revealed at the weekend that the Atletico Madrid striker’s arrival was “imminent” — and it is believed Swansea are prepared to pay £15 million for the highly-rated 23-year-old. (South Wales Evening Post)England Under-19 wonderkid Ademola Lookman is back on the radar of a host of Premier League clubs. The Charlton striker remains wanted by Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham and Southampton. Charlton protected their asset by tying Lookman, 18, to a first long-term deal earlier this year. But it won’t deter the clubs who are willing to pay upwards of £2million to poach Lookman before the transfer window closes. (Daily Mirror)Eliaquim Mangala and Wilfried Bony appear to be edging towards the exit door at Manchester City after being left at home for the pre-season game with Arsenal in Gothenburg. (Manchester Evening News)Southampton have approached Napoli over a deal for Italy forward Manolo Gabbiadini, 24. (HITC)And here are the latest talkSPORT.com headlines…Jose Mourinho: Manchester United is ‘the perfect club’ for Paul PogbaPaul Pogba transfer: Massimiliano Allegri remains coy on Man United deal – ‘we will see tomorrow if he is a still Juventus player’West Ham United transfer news: Andre Ayew and Arthur Masuaku edge closer to Hammers move as Slaven Bilic admits ‘it’s only a matter of paperwork’Championship news: Marseille step up pursuit of out-of-favour Newcastle United midfielder Henri Saivetlast_img read more