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06 April 2022

Noesis is one of the best organizations to work for in Portugal

Great Place to Work revealed Best Workplaces and Noesis is the second-best place to work in Portugal, in the 501 to 1000 employee category.

This was the first year that Noesis participated in the initiative organized by Great Place to Work®. Teresa Lopes Gândara, Human Capital Director at Noesis, received the award. “The distinction in the Best WorkplacesTM initiative is a huge responsibility, and a commitment to continue to be one of the best companies to work for".

The Best Workplaces Ranking, released annually, distinguishes the organizations with the highest grades in the Organizational Culture & Climate Study carried out by Great Place to Work.

The ranking of the best places to work in Portugal was released on March 31, in an online event, organized by Great Place to Work Portugal and presented by Clara de Sousa.

Before this recognition, Noesis has been certified as a Great Place to Work® (GPTW), recognizing the high trust culture and good working environment.

The participation in the Organizational Culture & Climate Study, carried out by Great Place to Work Portugal, proved to be a success, with a Confidence Index of 82%.

This study was based on employee survey feedback about the experience at Noesis, which measures the quality of work, and on the audit that evaluates the quality of human resources practices carried out by Great Place to Work.

“We live in challenging times, so we were particularly happy about the response rate and the Confidence Index. This certification and recognition happen within the scope of the people management plan that aims to make our organizational culture stronger. It is also the confirmation that we must continue to place people at the center of the organization”, Teresa Lopes Gândara said.

Currently, Noesis has more than 900 talents spread across its various locations in Portugal (Lisbon, Coimbra, Porto, Proença-a-Nova, Guarda, and Covilhã), Brazil, Spain, Ireland, the Netherlands, and the United States – committed to the goals of the organization and focused on providing an adequate and excellent response to the challenges of its national and international clients.

Teresa Lopes Gândara also adds that “the participation of our talents in the study was essential to achieve these results".