According to a ranking compilated by the Career Companies Sweden AB, Kindred Group has been named one of Sweden’s top employers. Candidates shortlisted on this list undergo a thorough review by a panel of qualified jury members.
Career Opportunities, Diversity and Growth
As a result, Kindred Group is considered to be one of the best places to work in Sweden if you are looking for career and development opportunities. The firm has emerged as a particularly successful place to be and work as both a graduate student and a young professional seeking to further improve your career opportunities.
Kindred Group has been able to establish a positive presence on social media and communicate career development opportunities to candidates who may be interested in employment in the company. This played another qualifying factor for the company to end up on the list.
Commenting on the distinction, Kindred Group chief human resources officer Gavin Hayward noted that the firm was proud to receive the distinction. He said that Kindred Group had numerous examples of successful career journeys and that entry-level positions could turn into senior management through dedication and consistency. Hayward added:
“Offering our employees the right tools, optimal conditions and enough challenges for on-the-job development is important for us. Our people are our most valuable asset, and our success depends on attracting and keeping the best talent who recognize the importance of being a part of a winning team.”Kindred Group chief human resources officer Gavin Hayward
The jury referred to the company as an exciting international firm that offers “engaging business culture and career opportunities.” Kindred has also expended no small degree of effort in promoting equality and diversity on a company level. The company also has a dedicated division geared towards learning, with the Kindred Academy created to help members of the staff acquire new skills, expertise, and knowledge.
A little over a month ago, Kindred Group extended its funding towards the “Racing Home” project designed to raise awareness for the challenges working mothers face. The company similarly supported “Racing is Everyone’s Sport,” an inclusivity campaign, via Unibet.