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The 87 best places to work in Ireland in 2020 have been revealed

by Erin Lindsay
27th Feb 2020

The companies were listed as being the best places to work in Ireland at an awards ceremony last night

Workplace ranking website greatplacetowork.ie has revealed their rankings of the best places to work in Ireland in 2020.

In an awards ceremony in Dublin on Wednesday night, the website named 87 workplaces — split into Small, Medium and Large categories — as the country’s top-ranking places to work.

The criteria for being awarded as a great place to work depends on a number of factors put forward by greatplacetowork.ie — including credibility, respect, camaraderie, development, hiring methods and celebrating successes.

The best large company to work for in 2020, as named this week, is AbbVie Ireland, an international biopharmaceutical company, with three manufacturing facilities in Sligo and Cork, and two offices in Dublin.

The best medium company to work for has been named as Cisco, an information technology company which has locations in Dublin and Galway.

Finally, the best small company to work for is tech company ESRI Ireland.

Check out the top ten rankings for each category below:

The top ten large companies to work for

  1. Abbvie
  2. Workday
  3. Kuehne + Nagel
  4. Workhuman (formerly Globoforce)
  5. Salesforce
  6. Regeneron
  7. Core
  8. Version1
  9. Morgan McKinley
  10. Bristol-Myers Squibb Cruiserath Biologics

The top ten medium companies to work for

  1. Cisco
  2. Dropbox Ireland
  3. JTI Ireland Ltd.
  4. Conrad Hotel
  5. Sigmar Recruitment
  6. Hilton Dublin Airport
  7. Poppulo
  8. Distilled SCH
  9. IPB Insurance
  10. Informatica

The top ten small companies to work for

  1. ESRI Ireland
  2. Adecco
  3. Osborne
  4. Fivetran
  5. Cadence Design Systems
  6. Mars Ireland
  7. Asana
  8. Wolfgang Digital
  9. PEI
  10. Exterion Media

Read more: 5 businesswomen on the importance of trusting your instincts at work

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