The teams in Santander Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Uruguay are ninth in the annual ranking drawn up by the consultancy firm Great Place to Work in Latin America. The publication recognises companies' initiatives, activities and good practices to create the best working environment.

The annual list is divided into three categories: small enterprises with more than 20 employees, large enterprises with more than 500 and multinationals with more than 1,000 employees and with a presence in at least three countries in the region. Santander was ranked ninth in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Uruguay in the multinational category.

Although the data for drawing up the ranking was compiled before the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, according to the consultancy firm, the organisations in this ranking are leading the way in the region, demonstrating their concerns for their employees, customers and communities during this difficult situation.

According to Michael C. Bush, Global CEO of Great Place to Work, “the covid-19 pandemic is a challenge for organisations worldwide and rewards the culture of trust: people first.”

Latin America is currently one of the regions hardest hit by the pandemic, and it is also one of Santander’s largest markets with a wide range of growth opportunities. This award reflects our commitment to continue helping our thousands of employees to prosper, while prioritising their health and well-being in an environment that fosters diversity, creativity and innovation.

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