In 2022 Incentro is once again in the top 150 of Best European Workplaces. A great achievement!

The announcement of the Best Workplaces 2022 took place today. Every year Great Place To Work (GPTW) publishes the top 150 Best Workplaces in Europe. This year's list includes the 15 Dutch best workplaces, and since we finished second on the Best Large Workplaces list, we're also included in the European list.

To create the European Best Workplaces list, 150 organizations, 50 per category, are chosen as a Best Workplace. GPTW chooses the best workplaces in Europe by analyzing the status of trust, pride and joy within the companies and by surveying over half a million employees in multiple countries to determine the key factors that create great workplaces.

We've participated in GPTW since 2010 and take great pride in finishing high on the list each year. If you are a great place to work in the Netherlands, then of course you want to be one in Europe as well. That's why we're so happy to be back in the top 150 of the Best Medium Workplaces in Europe.

Without exceptional employees, no exceptional results. People are at the heart of what we do. Through autonomy, trust, courage and camaraderie, we ensure that not only our customers are satisfied, but also our employees. How we do that? Our culture is flat and personal, and of course there's always time for social gatherings and team activities.

For 35 years Great Place to Work has helped organisations build trust in the workplace: the most fundamental element of a successful organisation. The research conducted by Great Place to Work provides insight into employee perceptions, collaboration and leadership within an organisation. Great Place to Work uses this insight to offer improvements for a strong(er) organisational culture and guides the follow-up of the research results. The international organisation works with companies, non-profit organisations and government bodies in 60 countries on all continents. Annually, 7,000 organizations worldwide participate in this research, collectively representing approximately 12 million employees. This makes the survey the largest of its kind.

View the publication of the list here: