Presentation of the results of the 15th edition of Merco Talent Spain
This Wednesday the results of the 15th Edition of Merco Talent Spain were announced, which includes the 100 companies with the greatest capacity to attract and retain talent in the country over the last year.
This fifteenth edition of the ranking is led by Inditex, Mercadona and Repsol, followed by Iberdrola (4th), Telefónica (5th), Coca Cola (6th), Nestlé (7th), Ikea (8th), Mapfre (9th) and Santander (10th).
This fifteenth edition of the ranking is led by Inditex, Mercadona and Repsol, followed by Iberdrola (4th), Telefónica (5th), Coca Cola (6th), Nestlé (7th), Ikea (8th), Mapfre (9th) and Santander (10th) .
The results are the result of a survey process of different groups that determine the ability of companies to attract and retain this valuable intangible, considering three key values that influence and determine their job attractiveness: Labor Quality, Employer Brand and Internal Reputation, evaluated in turn from 15 variables related to Talent.
On this occasion, the monitor has had the opinion of 22,570 workers, 7,366 university students from the last two courses, 1,041 alumni from business schools, 8,300 citizens, 173 human resources managers, 71 from unions and 49 headhunters. And additionally, an analysis of the talent management policies from 71 companies is carried out.
By sectors, the top positions of the following companies should be highlighted: Garrigues (Lawyers), Nestlé (Food) Mapfre (Insurers), Sanitas (Healthcare), Deloitte (Audit) *, Seat (Automotive), Santander (Banking), Coca-Cola (Beverages), Indra (Consulting), Decathlon (Specialized Distribution), Mercadona (General Distribution), Inditex (Fashion Distribution), Ikea (Distribution and home equipment), L'Oréal (Drugstore and Perfumery), Apple (Consumer electronics / Home), Repsol (Energy, gas and water), Adecco (ETT and HR Service), Bayer (Pharmaceutical), JP Morgan Chase (Finance), IE University (Training), Meliá Hotels International (Hospitality and Tourism) , Airbus Group (Industrial), HP (Computing and Software), Aena (Infrastructures, Services and Construction), Grupo Planeta (Media), Cabify (Mobility, Services and Technology), Netflix (Leisure and Entertainment), Grupo Social Once (NGO, Foundations and Associations), Cepsa (Oil companies) , Google (Internet Services), Siemens (Technological / Industrial), Telefónica (Telecommunications), Correos (Transport of Goods) and Renfe (Transport of Travelers).
As a novelty, on the 15th anniversary of this monitor in Spain, a ranking was created that consolidates and recognizes the presence of 15 companies present in these 15 editions. On the podium we find Inditex (1st), Mercadona (2nd) and Repsol (3rd). BBVA, Santander, Telefónica, Iberdrola, CaixaBank, Microsoft and Nestlé occupy from 4th to 10th position respectively, while Google, Coca-Cola, Mapfre, Danone and Siemens follow up to 15th place.
On the other hand, if we look at the number of employees, in companies with up to 1.000 employees, Google ranks first among the companies with the greatest capacity to attract and retain talent, while Heineken does the same in those with between 1.001 and 3.000 employees, Coca-Cola in those with between 3.001 and 6.000 workers and Inditex in those with more than 6.000.
And finally, by public of interest, Mercadona is the best valued company for the general population, Inditex for HR managers, Coca-Cola for experts and headhunters, Mercadona for union leaders, Inditex for workers, Mutua Madrileña for own workers, Google for University students, Inditex for Business School Alumni and Banco Sabadell in the People Management Benchmarking.
In 2020, a year marked by the pandemic, the assessment of employees regarding the social contribution / commitment of their companies in the current crisis is 8.67. Specifically, more than 90% of employees value the social commitment of their company in the face of the pandemic as notable or outstanding.
Mood or emotional state (30.2%), and home planning and organization (19.9%) have been the main adaptation problems for workers after the new relationships and working conditions that have arisen after the arrival of the COVID-19.
Regarding overall satisfaction for all workers with their companies, there is a significant increase, going from a score of 7.85 in 2019 to 8.22 in 2020, especially growing motivation and recognition, and the perception of salary. On the other hand, the factors with the best value are pride of belonging and ethical and professional values. In short, the crisis outlines a future with more ethical and responsible companies. More committed companies.