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The 10 companies where most Mexicans want to work, according to LinkedIn

LinkedIn classifies companies based on four pillars: interest in the company, interaction with employees, demand for jobs and employee retention.

LinkedIn developed the Top Companies 2019 list, which highlights the 25 companies in which Mexicans currently want to work and develop a professional career.

Regarding the methodology, the calculation was made based on four pillars:

  • Interest in the company (number of new unique and non-employee followers of the company’s LinkedIn page)
  • Interaction with employees (how many people who are not employees visualize the unique profiles of company employees)
  • The demand for jobs (the rate at which people visualize and apply for jobs in the company)
  • The retention of collaborators (how many employees remain in the company at least one year after their date of hiring, based on the profiles of users on LinkedIn).

We present the top 10 positions:

10. Santander

Collaborators in Mexico: 19,980 | Main locations in Mexico: Mexico City, Querétaro, Naucalpan de Juárez | Most required skills: CSS, Visual Basic, C ++ | Areas that most hired in the last year: Business Development, Finance, Sales | What could surprise you: Santander is the bank that has offered the most support to university education in Mexico. It has channeled more than 1,200 million pesos with the Support Plan for Higher Education and collaborates with more than 800 public and private universities.

9. Softtek

Collaborators in Mexico: 7,700 | Main locations in Mexico: Aguascalientes, Mexico City, Monterrey | Most required skills: HTML5, Bootstrap, Git | Areas that hired the most in the last year: Engineering, Information Technology, Program and Project Management | What could surprise you: Softtek was born in Monterrey 36 years ago and has a presence in the United States, Latin America, Europe and Asia. It has modern offices that are characterized by their functional spaces that awaken creativity.

8. Cemex

Collaborators globally: 42,100 * | Main locations in Mexico: Monterrey, Mexico City, Guadalupe | Most required skills: MySQL, Java, information technology strategy | Areas that hired the most in the last year: Operations, Business Development, Engineering | What could surprise you: Cemex Ventures, the corporate venture capital of the cement company, launched the “Construction Startup Competition 2019”, to find startups that have the ambition to lead the transformation of the construction industry. The winners will present their projects in Monterrey on July 18.

7. Lala Group

Collaborators at a global level: 38,250 * | Main locations in Mexico: Torreón, Mexico City, Naucalpan de Juárez | Most required skills: category management, digital marketing, HTML | Areas that hired the most in the last year: Operations, Human Resources, Marketing | What could surprise you: Grupo Lala incorporated 580 scholars from the Youth Building the Future Program of the government of Mexico, with which the company intends to give opportunities to young students and attract new talent.

6. Citibanamex

Collaborators in Mexico: 30,400 * | Main locations in Mexico: Mexico City, Naucalpan de Juárez, Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl | Most required skills: JavaScript, Java, HTML | Areas that hired the most in the last year: Finance, Business Development, Sales | What might surprise you: The financial institution, owned by the US giant Citigroup since 2001, achieved record profits in more than a decade in 2017: 24,340 million pesos, 46% more than in 2016.

5. Amazon

Collaborators in Mexico: 800 | Main locations in Mexico: Mexico City, Naucalpan de Juárez, Ciudad López Mateos | Most required skills: web applications, agile software development, Python | Areas that hired the most in the last year: Operations, Engineering, Sales | What might surprise you: Since April 1, the company is accepting cash payments at Oxxo, Mexico’s leading convenience store chain. In this way, the leader in global electronic commerce can reach millions of people who do not have a bank account and make their transactions in cash.

4. Alsea

Collaborators in Mexico: 45,000 | Main locations in Mexico: Mexico City, Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl, Naucalpan de Juárez | Most required skills: Customer Insight, Adobe Illustrator, online advertising | Areas that hired the most in the last year: Operations, Sales, Business Development | What could surprise you: The Mexican group Alsea recently concluded the process of acquiring the rights to operate and develop Starbucks brand establishments in France, the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg.

3. Femsa

Collaborators in Mexico: 220,000 | Main locations in Mexico: Monterrey, Guadalupe, San Nicolás de los Garzas | Most required skills: Windows Server, HTML, Six Sigma | Areas that hired the most in the last year: Operations, Human Resources, Information Technology | What could surprise you: At the beginning of March, FEMSA announced the purchase of 30% of the electronic payment application Shopnet. It is an app that users can use as a payment method in affiliated stores and that operates in more than 400 stores in Monterrey and Guadalajara.

2. Walmart

Collaborators in Mexico: 196,000 | Main locations in Mexico: Mexico City, López Mateos City, Naucalpan de Juárez | Most required skills: accounting, HTML5, lean manufacturing (LEAN) | Areas that hired the most in the last year: Operations, Sales, Support | What might surprise you: An initiative that excites employees are the “Walmart Talks”. It is a new way of sharing stories that inspire the transformation told by the associates. Through the Tedx methodology, for eight weeks the different associates are trained to share their story.

1. Grupo Salinas

Parent company of TV Azteca, Banco Azteca, Grupo Elektra and others. 
Collaborators in Mexico: 93,000 | Main locations in Mexico: Mexico City, Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl, Ecatepec | Most required skills: logistics management, leadership of multifunctional teams, payroll | Areas that hired the most in the last year: Finance, Sales, Engineering | What might surprise you: All employees receive a welcome kit (which varies from company to company) and the general managers are part of the reception. For example, Fabrice Deceliere, CEO of Tiendas Elektra, takes photos of each of the new employees and tags them on LinkedIn.

Here you can consult the complete list.

Source: Forbes

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