The Aon Best Employers program recognizes the achievements of organizations that demonstrate excellence in the workplace. With a consistent methodology, we measure and recognize employee excellence, anywhere in the world.
Our research proves that Aon Best Employers drive consistent long-term performance through organization cultures marked by effective leadership, strong performance culture, a compelling employer brand and high employee engagement.
These four measurable factors contribute to whether an organization is named an Aon Best Employer.
Employees speak positively about the company, intend to stay and are motivated to exert extra effort at work
Leaders treat employees as valued assets, engage employees in the vision and lead the company to success
Employees are aligned to company goals and are rewarded and recognized for their contribution
Employees are proud to be part of the company and can clearly explain what makes their company different from others
The methodology used to determine an organization's qualification as an Aon Best Employer is based on the most objective measure possible: your employee's opinions. The approach we use is an integral part of Aon's employee engagement methodology.
Using survey data collected from employees, the four indices described above are calculated for each organization at country level and then compared to relevant Aon thresholds using our global employee engagement database. Aon's database for the last five years contains data representing the opinion of almost 9 million employees from more than 5,000 organizations around the world. The thresholds are determined by analyzing the data from these organizations and are refreshed bi-annually.
A company in a country can be evaluated for country status if:
A company in a region can be evaluated for regional status if:
A company can be evaluated for global status if:
Note: Participation is strictly confidential and only those qualifying as Aon Best Employers will be identified publicly.