GROHE is part of the Best Workplaces in Europe™ in 2021 list evaluated by Great Place to Work®, the global authority on workplace culture.
In collaboration with The Economist Group. GROHE was recognised for its commitment to create a tailored employee experience that covers the entire career journey.
As part of LIXIL, GROHE has embarked on a transformation towards an agile, diverse, and inclusive workplace and flat hierarchies. In 6 markets, the global brand qualified in the category of best multinational employers in the national rankings and received the Great Place to Work® certification in more than 20 markets.
“Our employees are at the heart of everything we do. Receiving this fantastic recognition is the result of sincere teamwork across our entire region. Our corporate culture and all our colleagues create what has been confirmed as a ‘Great Place to Work’. I am proud of this achievement. At the same time, it is an incentive for us to continue all our efforts to enable exciting career journeys in order to attract and retain talent,” says Jonas Brennwald, Leader LIXIL EMENA and Co-CEO Grohe AG.
In addition to developing individual career journeys, diversity and inclusion also play a central role at LIXIL and the GROHE brand. According to the employees surveyed, the majority feel encouraged and motivated.
“We are very proud of this award. It means a lot to us that our employees perceive GROHE as a place where they experience an appreciative work culture and a unique atmosphere to develop and grow,” comments Rachel Jones, Leader HR Business Partner, LIXIL EMENA.
“We are in the middle of an exciting transformation which offers countless opportunities to drive change and make a difference. In combination with the right HR tools, we can offer a workplace where everybody can pursue an individual career journey that encompasses both professional and private life. This empowers our employees to make plans in a way that allows them maximum freedom for their personal development. Diversity and inclusion are important drivers in that process so that everyone can fully engage in their work every day,” Jones continues.