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Solar Gard Parent Named Top North American Employer


Saint-Gobain, the parent company of vehicle film company Solar Gard, has received the Top Employers Institute’s Top Employer North America Certification for the third consecutive year for its exceptional employee offerings. 

The Top Employers Institute is an independent global organization that certifies employers for creating excellent workplace conditions for employees and will recognize Saint-Gobain at an award ceremony on Feb. 8 in Miami.

The annual international research undertaken by the Top Employers Institute recognizes leading employers around the world that provide excellent employee conditions, nurture and develop talent throughout all levels of the organization and strive to continuously optimize employment practices.

“It’s exciting to see our parent company, Saint-Gobain, recognized as a Top Employer in North America for the third consecutive year,” said Kendall Combs, general manager of thin films of Solar Gard. “Saint-Gobain continues to lead the way in developing a comfortable and engaging work environment to enhance employee well-being.”

Crucial to the Top Employer Certification is Saint-Gobain’s participation in a stringent auditing process in, which the company’s performance scores were rated against an international standard, according to Solar Gard. The Top Employers Institute assessed Saint-Gobain’s employee offerings on the criteria of talent strategy, workforce planning, onboarding, learning and development, performance management, leadership development, career and succession management, compensation and benefits, and company culture.  

“From our research, we have seen how the certified organizations put the development of their people first and are continuously working to optimize their HR and people development practices,” said David Plink, CEO of Top Employers Institute. “Saint-Gobain forms part of this exclusive group of the world’s best employers, an achievement they can truly be proud of.”

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