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20/02/2018

Santander receives Top Employers Europe 2018 certification

  • Top Employers Institute acknowledges excellent working conditions at Santander Spain, Bank Zachodni WBK in Poland, Santander UK and Santander Consumer Finance units in Austria, Belgium, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Poland.
  • Certification recognises Santander's progress in becoming one of top three banks to work for in its core markets.

Madrid, 21 February 2018 - Santander has received 2018 Top Employers Europe certification which acknowledges the working conditions companies create for their employees. Santander received certification for Santander Spain, Poland (Bank Zachodni WBK), the UK and its Santander Consumer Finance units in Austria, Belgium, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Poland.

“This certification marks a further step forward towards our objective of becoming one of the best companies at which to work. It reflects the huge efforts we've been making across all countries to become a more attractive organisation that is capable of attracting and retaining the finest talent, in turn allowing us to help people and businesses prosper while making us a more responsible, competitive and sustainable bank", stated Roberto di Bernardini, Global Head of Human Resources.

This certification recognises Banco Santander's progress in becoming one of the top three banks to work for in its core markets. Top Employees Institute recognises those companies that uphold outstanding practices in people management and pursue the highest standards when devising their value proposition for employees. To earn the certification, Santander had to pass a rigorous analytical process which assessed and audited 600 HR good practices in areas such as talent strategy, workforce planning, on-boarding, learning and development, performance management, leadership development, career and succession management, remuneration and benefits, and corporate culture.

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