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Dow Chemical Company earns Top Employer status in 17 countries

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The Dow Chemical Company has announced its certification this year by the Top Employers Institute in 17 counties, including: Canada, China, Egypt, Germany, Ghana, India, Kenya, Mexico, Netherlands, Nigeria, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, and United States.

The Institute measures through independent audits factors such as career management, compensation, talent attraction and learning and development.

“I could not be prouder that Dow has again achieved Top Employer status,” said Andrew Liveris, chairman and chief executive officer, The Dow Chemical Company and executive chairman, DowDuPont. “The women and men of Dow are our most important asset and critical to the success of the company and our stakeholders. We have an unwavering commitment to our employees, and work hard to create an environment and culture that will enable them to thrive and grow.”

Dow achieved certification in the United States for the last two consecutive years.

“Recognition as a Top Employer validates the impact of Dow’s investment in the employee experience and the dividends our investments deliver for our people,” said Johanna Söderström, chief human resources officer and senior vice president, Human Resources and Aviation. “As the global business environment evolves, creating a best-in-class employee experience inspires a people-centric mindset that inspires our employees to outperform and our customers to keep coming back.”

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