A Great Place to Work

The online platform is dedicated to inform employers how they can ensure that their company is a great place to work for employees. It includes a blog section, a learning hub and also showcases of best practice employers. Furthermore, they offer competitions and certifications of “great places to work”.

The OER offers a range of different methods, such as:

  • A blog section with brief and targeted articles about current topics to improve the workplace culture (which almost always also impacts the well-being of employees). 
  • A learning hub including:
  • Downloads and Publications
  • FAQ
  • Employer Branding
  • Company Culture
  • Employee Survey
  • Employee Experience
  • WBL/Apprentices & attractive WBL Providers
  • Recruiting
  • Skilled Worker Shortage
  • Agility
  • Leadership
  • Sustainable Businesses
  • Millennials & Generation Z
  • Diversity, Inclusion, Equality
  • Best Practice Examples of Employers in various categories
  • Events
  • Services & Solutions to become a great place to work

 Step 1: Go to https://www.greatplacetowork.at and choose your country in the top-left corner. The website will redirect you to your country specific page presented in the national language.


Step 2: Get informed about the opportunities of “Great Place to Work” in your country – there are some differences between countries.


Step 3: Take a look at the best practice examples from your country and get inspired by what they are doing right.


Step 4: Find the OER part of the platform – the different country versions have different names for it, but there is a dedicated section in each of the language versions. Try to look for a learning hub, downloads, great content, and resources. 


Step 5: Choose the learning content that is most interesting to you and deduct concrete steps for implementation in your company.


Step 6: Check to see what is needed to nominate your workplace as a “great place to work” and analyse if your workplace qualifies. If you like, nominate your workplace in one of the offered categories.

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