Humanizing the Candidate Experience Webinar | by GPTW Philippines’ MD Antoniette Mendoza-Talosig

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There is a trust crisis in businesses today.

A year into the pandemic with most people working remotely, we find that working from home corrodes our trust in each other as explained in an article by Harvard Business Review.

There is an advantage in face time interactions that is taken away from us, and the challenge is for us to find fresh and creative ways to establish – or re-establish trust – among our employees. With the overwhelming uncertainties and the constant need to adapt – with all these, it is not surprising that the quality of relationships at work are also facing great challenges, and some are unfortunately strained. And we know that it is crucial to build trust from the inside out. It should start within our organizations, if we are to be trusted by people outside such as our customers.

Trust begins with our own employees. What makes a great place to work is TRUST. And creating a meaningful employee experience starting with your candidate experience is key in building a great place to work for all.

Watch this Webinar with our Managing Partner, Antoniette Mendoza-Talosig as she guests in Ariva’s Talent Acquisition and Onboarding Summit 2021. 


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Philippines Best Workplaces™ 2024 Methodology

Employees respond to over **60 survey questions** describing the extent to which

their organization creates a great place to work For All™️.

85% of the evaluation is based on what employees say about their experiences of trust and reaching their full human potential as part of their organization, no matter who they are or what they do.

Great Place to Work® analyzes these experiences relative to each organization’s size, workforce make up, and what’s typical in their industry. The remaining 15% of the rank is based on an assessment of all employees’ daily experiences of innovation, company values, and the effectiveness of their leaders to ensure these are consistently experienced.

To be considered, companies had to meet the Great Place to Work-Certified™

standard. Trust Index©️ survey results are accurate to a 95% confidence level with a 5% margin of error or better to ensure the survey results truly represent all employees.

We review any anomalies in survey responses, news and financial performance to ensure there aren’t any extraordinary reasons to believe we couldn’t trust a company’s survey results.

Companies with 10 to 99 people were considered for the Small category.

Companies with 100 employees or more were considered for the Medium category.

Companies exceeding 1,000 employees were considered for the Large category.


To be eligible for the World’s Best Workplaces list, a company must apply and be named to a minimum of 5 national Best Workplaces lists within our current 58 countries, have 5,000 employees or more worldwide, and at least 40% of the company’s workforce (or 5,000 employees) must be based outside of the home country. Extra points are given based on the number of countries where a company surveys employees with the Great Place to Work Trust Index©, and the percentage of a company’s workforce represented by all Great Place to Work surveys globally. Candidates for the 2017 Worlds Best Workplaces list will have appeared on national workplaces lists published in September 2016 through August 2017.