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2017 IBM Best Workplaces winners announced

2017 IBM Best Workplaces winners announced


New Zealand’s best workplaces are identified each year by the IBM Best Workplaces Survey. In 2017, 173 organisations participated in the survey and based on ratings given by employees the following were ranked the highest.

The 2017 IBM Best Workplaces Overall winner will be announced 28 February 2018 at the Awards & Winner’s Celebration event in Auckland.

Category winners in text below below, for more information please see:
https://www.ibm.com/blogs/ibm-anz/nz-best-work-place/

Category winners are:

· Mercury (Best Enterprise Workplace)

· Overland Footwear (Best Large Workplace)

· Mars New Zealand Ltd (Best Medium-Large Workplace)

· Premier Group NZ Ltd (Best Small-Medium Workplace)

· Hyundai Wairarapa (Best Small Workplace)

Organisations were also recognised for having the greatest improvement in their overall score from 2016 to 2017:

· Ballance Agri-Nutrients Ltd (Enterprise Workplace Category)

· Armstrong Motor Group (Large Workplace Category)

· Rutherford & Bond Toyota (Medium-Large Workplace Category)

· Just Water NZ (Small-Medium Workplace Category)

· Blue Barn Consulting Ltd (Small Workplace Category)

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