Best Workplaces™ Europe
Since 2003, Great Place To Work has annually announced the Best Workplaces of Europe. These are the European frontrunners when it comes to being a great employer.
Join the Best Workplaces 2024! Because a place among Europe's Best Workplaces starts in the Netherlands. Click on the button and register.
View the most recent lists
About the list
Each year, the list of Best Workplaces Europe consists of four categories:
Organizations with 20 to 49 employees
Organizations with 50 to 500 employees
Organizations with more than 500 employees
At least 1,000 employees worldwide, of which 40% (or +5,000 employees) work in a country other than the country of headquarters
Frequently asked questions
The list of Best Workplaces is based on the Trust Index employee survey. For multinationals, the Culture Audit also counts. The ranking is based on the Great Place To Work For All formula.
Multinationals are also assessed on their commitment to creating good workplaces in multiple countries in the region.
A place among Europe's Best Workplaces starts with a spot on the Dutch list of Best Workplaces.
Organizations that fall into the small, medium or large category qualify for the European list if they are nationally recognized as a Best Workplace on one or more of the lists in Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Turkey and the United Kingdom.
Multinationals must be recognized as Best Workplace on at least three national lists.
We will announce the Best Workplaces Europe 2023 in September on our website and social media channels.
Dutch Best Workplaces that make it to the European list will automatically be notified by us.