Seven Russian companies got into the top 500 of the Global 2000 ranking: The World’s Best Employers by Forbes magazine. The highest position among Russians belongs to the Nornickel company that ranked 36th; there are no other Russian companies in the top 100.
Moscow Exchange, the highest-ranking representative of Russia in last year’s ranking, took the 138th line this time. Rosneft ranked 207th, the United Aircraft Corporation – 311th, Severstal occupies the 380th line, RusHydro and Lukoil took 437th and 492nd lines, respectively.
The leader of the ranking has been American Alphabet - the parent company of Google – for the third year in a row.
Author: Anna Dorozhkina