AbbVie listed as third Best Large Workplace in Ireland

By Maurice Garvey

GLOBAL pharma firm AbbVie, which has a commercial office in Citywest, featured once again at the Great Place to Work – the eight consecutive year that the company has featured on the list.

AbbVie was listed as the No. 3 Best Large Workplace in Ireland 2021 - its sixth placing in the top three over the last eight years.

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AbbVie Employees from AbbVie’s Citywest office are pictured celebrating the company’s No.3 Best Large Workplace in Ireland ranking and Ireland’s Best Workplaces for Women award win at the recent Best Workplaces in Ireland awards 2021 ceremony

Employing more than 2,500 people across nine sites in Ireland, AbbVie was also recognised as a Best Workplace for Women for the third successive year - one of just 22 companies in Ireland to receive the accolade in 2021.

The programme recognises organisations that provide a great work environment for all employees but create positive and supportive workplaces for women in particular.

AbbVie’s Country HR Director, Samantha Commons said: “Being named as one of Ireland’s top three best large workplaces again this year is an incredible accomplishment for the company and one that I am extremely proud of. This important external validation reflects our determination to create a safe and inclusive workplace that supports our employees to develop and grow their careers.

“I would like to thank our employees and various teams across our sites in Ireland for their extraordinary efforts and commitment over the past 12 months. They have exemplified the very best of our company culture and are pivotal in our mission to make a remarkable impact in our communities and for patients around the world,” she added.

CEO at Great Place to Work Ireland, Cathal Divily, praised the efforts of all participating companies: “Reaching the criteria to appear on this list of Best Workplaces in Ireland is a massive achievement in any year, and all the more so in a year where disruptions to the workplace that would have taken decades were instead implemented practically overnight. The organisations that we recognise this year have spent years developing a high-trust relationship with their teams and have spent this year continuing to strengthen and sustain those bonds.”

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