CGI in the UK named as a Top Employer 2019

25th March 2019, 10:07 am

CGI UK has been certified as a Top Employer UK for the sixth year in a row by the Top Employers Institute for its exceptional workforce planning, career and succession management, culture, learning and development, and leadership development.

The annual international research conducted by the Top Employers Institute evaluates the employee conditions of leading employers around the world, measuring their work environments against rigorous international standards.

CGI, one of the largest IT and business consulting services firms in the world, employs around 6,000 professionals in the UK. It provides end-to-end IT and business process services that work side-by-side with clients to help maximise the technologies that transform their business.

CGI’s operations in Canada, India, Belgium, Finland, Germany, Netherlands and Sweden also received Top Employer 2019 certification. In addition, CGI has been certified as a Top Employer Europe for 2019 for the sixth straight year.

“It’s through our talented professionals that we help our clients make the most of the technologies that run their business and open the doors of the digital world,” said Tara McGeehan, President, CGI in the UK. “Continued certification by the Top Employers Institute is in recognition of the collaborative and progressive working practices we strive to put in place for all of our members.”

CEO of the Top Employers Institute, David Plink, commented “We believe that the 2019 Certified organisations demonstrate exceptional employee conditions and encourage the development of these practices by putting their people first. These companies help enrich the world of work with their outstanding dedication to HR excellence and because of this, they are recognised as an employer of choice”.

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