What's the difference between the label and a winner? ​


World-class Workplace (WCWP) is an employer excellence-label awarded to high performing organizations once a year. The label is solely based on the opinion of employees. The best scoring world-class workplaces receive an award. What is the difference between the label and the award winners? 

The label

The world-class workplace label is awarded to all organisations that perform the WCWP survey, and score above the benchmark. See: How is the label awarded? – Effectory

The award

All participating organizations that score above the relevant benchmark are awarded the label. The organizations that score the highest in their region and/or sector and have a certain number of employees (up to 1000/above 1000) are the award winners. An organization can thus be a sector and/or a country winner.

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