Four Russian companies were included in the rating of 500 most attractive employers in the world according to Forbes in 2017.
The Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Works took the 214th line in the list, the Moscow Exchange was in the 466th place.
The PhosAgro chemical holding is in the rating at 468th position, and VTB Bank is at 486th.
The top 10 best employers according to Forbes included six companies from the United States: Google’s parent company Alphabet ranked first, Microsoft second, and Apple got fourth position out of 500.
The top ten also included the Japanese company Japan Exchange Group, the German Daimler and the Swedish Investor AB. Korean appliance manufacturer LG Corp. closes the top 10.
The Forbes rating is published on the magazine’s website. It was compiled from over 36,000 global recommendations. Company employees were asked to rate their employer and talk about other employers they admire.
Earlier, the iz.ru portal reported that the founder of Mail.ru Group, Russian Yuri Milner, was included in the Forbes list of the 100 greatest business minds of our time.