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The A-List of Brazil and Latin America’s Working Joints

Sun Microsystems announced that its subsidiaries Sun Brazil, Sun Mexico and Sun Chile have been named among the 2005 list of Best Places to Work in Latin America. 

Sun was one of only fourteen companies, of the more than 5,000 polled in the survey, that gained the recognition in three or more countries in the region.


“These awards are a significant accomplishment for Sun Brazil, Sun Mexico and Sun Chile and recognize the focus we place on personnel and workplace initiatives throughout the region,” said Jaime Valles, Vice President, Sun Latin America.


“Sun’s people are the key to our success and we truly appreciate their hard work, dedication and confidence in Sun.”


Sun’s Latin American operations have been consistently cited as great places to work.  Sun Brazil was on the list of Best Places to Work in Latin America in 2004, 2003 and 2001 and last year was also named one of the Top 50 Companies for Women in Latin America. 


Both Sun Mexico and Sun Chile were recognized as among the Best Places to Work in Latin America in 2004.


The Best Places to Work in Latin America rankings are prepared annually by the independent Great Places to Work Institute. 


The Institute defines a great place to work as a company where employees “trust the people they work for, have pride in what they do and enjoy the people they work with.” 


The studies look at credibility, respect, fairness, pride and camaraderie.


The Ten Best Places to Work in Brazil, in Alphabetical Order:


3M
Alusud- Alcoa – Alcoa Csi
American Express
British American Tobacco
IBM
Novartis
Sun Microsystems
Boehringer
Federal Express
Mc Donald’s
Merck Sharp & Dohme
Sap
Procter & Gamble
Microsoft


The Best Companies to Work in Latin America, 86 of them:


Abn Amro Real
Admin. de Fondos de Pensiones y Cesantí­as Protección
Afp Summa Bansander
Almacenes í‰xito
Aon
Arvin Meritor
Banco Santander
Banco Security
Bankboston
Basf
Beasa Desarrollos
Belcorp
Belgo Mineira
Bellsouth
Bristol-Myers Squibb
Cadbury Adams
Caterpillar
Centroflora
Chr Hansen
Chubb Seguros
Cia Peruana de Medios de Pago
Coca Cola
Colgate – Palmolive
Copesul
Credicard
Danone
Dow
Dpaschoal
Dupont
Ernst & Young
Florestal
Fras-Le
Gazin
Givaudan
Goodyear
Grupo Cormin
Herbarium
Interbank
Interprotección
J&V Resguardo
Janssen-Cilag
Jw Marriot Hotel & Stellaris Casino Lima
Kimberly Clark Perú
Kodak
Landis+Gyr
Eli Lilly
Magazine Luiza
Marbel
Marcopolo
Marelli
Monsanto
Multibrás da Amazônia
Multibrás Eletrodomésticos
Natura
Novo Nordisk
Odebrecht
Owens Corning
Pellegrino
Peru Rail
Petrobras
Petroquí­mica Triunfo
Pfizer
Pormade
Productos Roche
Promon
Randon
Redecard
Republica Afap S.A.
Rohm & Haas
Sc Johnson & Son
Senai Sc
Serasa
Sheraton Internacional Iguazu Resort
Tarjeta Naranja
Tigre
Todeschini
Transbank
Typack
Unilever
Unimed Vales do Taquari e Rio Pardo
Vega Upaca Relima
Veirano Advogados Associados
Visanet
Vtr
Wyeth
Zanzini


Sun Microsystems – www.sun.com
 
PRNewswire

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