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Puma recognised as European top employer in 2020

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Jan '20
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Sports company Puma has been named Top Employer Europe for the year 2020. It was the only company from the sporting goods industry to be given the award on a European level this year. This independent certification, awarded by the Top Employers Institute, underscores Puma’s commitment to providing an attractive workplace for its employees.

Puma’s regional offices in Britain, France, Germany, Italy and Spain were also named Top Employers.

“It proves that all the work we’re putting in, to make Puma a good place to work, is paying off,” said Dietmar Knoess, global director people and organization at Puma. “However, we will not rest on our laurels but take the feedback we have been given as a benchmark and see in which areas we can do even better.”

The Top Employer Award is given to companies that achieve Top Employer Standard in the HR Best Practices survey, which covers more than 100 questions across 10 topics. Following the survey, the Top Employers Institute carries out a comprehensive audit.

Puma employees enjoy flexible working hours and mobile working, which is part of Puma’s Wellbeing offer. The company supports employees outside of work through financial and pension planning, childcare support and a wide range of sports opportunities like free gym and sports classes. Puma also provides its employees with extensive development and learning programmes.

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