- The fashion brand has been recognized in the international ranking of "Forbes World Best Employers 2023" as one of the best employing companies on an international scale.
- The group has improved its position compared to last year, going from position 599 to 521.
- Mango stands out for being one of the eight Spanish companies on the list this year.
- At the end of September 2023, the company has expanded its workforce by 7.2% compared to September last year, which means 941 new employees globally, surpassing the 14,000 workers worldwide.
Mango, one of Europe's leading groups in the fashion industry, has been recognized as one of the best employers in the world by the Forbes "World Best Employers 2023" ranking. In this seventh edition, Mango has continued to improve its position and has managed to climb 78 positions, reaching position 521, out of a total of 700.
The brand's solid commitment to its workers consolidates it as one of the eight Spanish companies with a presence in the ranking. The group has also entered the Clothing, Shoes, Sport Equipment subranking, in which it was the only Spanish company classified.
This classification has been prepared together with Statista, a global data and business intelligence platform. In this edition, the score of each organization has been determined based on a survey of more than 170,000 employees from more than 50 countries who work for multinationals.
The employees' own assessment of parameters such as remote work options, parental leave benefits, diversity, reconciliation of work and family life or employer assessment, among others, has been taken into account. The survey also allowed participants to rate other companies in their sector and country.
"We are very proud to be recognized as one of the best companies to work for in the world. This distinction demonstrates all our work and the solid commitment we adopt as a company to people, one of our main pillars and reason for being, as well as our will to foster a working environment that inspires our talent to boost both their personal and professional development”, says David Payeras, Director of People at Mango.
The company has an attractive and differential value proposition for the recruitment and retention of talent leveraged on the company's values, training and development, compensation and benefits for its employees.
In 2022, Mango's 14,000 employees received training as part of the more than 450,524 hours of courses taught by the company with the objective of training and promoting its internal talent through development programs.
The creation of quality employment and the stability of the teams are also key to the evolution of Mango. At the end of September 2023, the company has expanded its workforce by 7.2% compared to September last year, which amounts to 941 new employees globally. The area of the company that has increased its workforce the most is the logistics department, with a growth of 21% compared to September 2022, with currently 963 workers. With this, the company already exceeds 14,000 employees worldwide.