Monsanto SAS has been ranked the 15th best big company to work for in
France, according to the annual Great Place to Work® survey. This year,
60 companies have been recognized among the 166 that applied.
The Great Place to Work® Institute France survey rankings are
based on a combination of an assessment of employees' responses to a
survey about job satisfaction (2/3 of the score) and an independent
assessment of human resources management, company culture and well-being
at work (1/3 of the score). The big-company category applies to those
with more than 500 employees.
"This reward is a remarkable recognition of our 550 employees in
France," said Isabelle Zonca-Mérieux, Human Resources Lead for
Monsanto in France. "It's also a testament to the company's work
culture and focus on personal development."
This prestigious ranking complements the recognition that has been
granted to Monsanto Co. for the last 2 years as a Great Place to Work
among multinational companies. The company has received similar
recognition in Belgium and Romania. Monsanto Co. also recently was named
as one of the "World's Most Admired Companies" by FORTUNE
magazine and one of the "50 martest Companies" by MIT Technology
Monsanto's activities in France include research, development and
production of innovative seeds and solutions for sustainable
agriculture. The company markets maize and oilseed rape seeds (DEKALB
brand), vegetable seeds (Seminis and De Ruiter brands), and herbicides
Monsanto has operations at 11 sites close to France's major farming
regions. Several seed research stations work on breeding high quality
seeds in maize, oilseed rape and vegetables. The seeds are produced in
many regions, then processed and bagged in three plants. The seeds are
both delivered to French farmers and exported to 30 other countries.
About Monsanto Co.
Monsanto Company is a leading global provider of technology-based
solutions and agricultural products that improve farm productivity and
food quality. Monsanto is focused on enabling both small-holder and
large-scale farmers to produce more from their land while conserving
more of our world's natural resources such as water and energy. To learn
more about our business and our commitments, please visit www.monsanto.fr
. Follow our business on Twitter® at www.twitter.com/MonsantoFrance
, on the company blog, Beyond the Rows at www.monsanto.blog.com
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