Murex, Amid Hiring Drive, Ranked Second-Best Place to Work in France, Glassdoor Reports
Fintech leader is recognized among the very best employers in the country—again—on job and business transparency site
PARIS, January 23, 2023—Murex is honored by its highest-ever Glassdoor ranking as one of the very Best Places to Work in France based on unbiased, anonymous reviews of the company.
As it experiences significant growth in delivering technology and managed services, Murex is in the midst of a worldwide recruitment drive, actively hiring in diverse teams across geographies, with a particular focus on tech and capital markets profiles. The Glassdoor ranking, released this month, highlights Murex’s continuous ambition to be an organization where employees develop and thrive.
Murex, the global leader in trading, risk and processing solutions for capital markets, was ranked No. 2 in the recruitment and transparency job site poll. This is the fourth consecutive year Murex has been ranked as a Top 10 employer in France in these rankings by Glassdoor, an impartial aggregator of employee sentiment that weighs factors from executive leadership to growth potential and relies on voluntary submissions. The company scored particularly highly in diversity and inclusion, culture and values, senior leadership and CEO approval. Ninety percent of respondents would recommend Murex to a friend, according to Glassdoor.
Murex CEO Maroun Eddé emphasized that the organization aims to foster a unique, inclusive environment where team members are encouraged to learn and grow with a technology leader as the company itself evolves. Maroun Eddé said colleague wellbeing and satisfaction have always been an “utmost priority.”
“There is always room for Murex to grow. That said, it is heartening these results indicate we are on the right path. Murex has a great culture, nurtured since its creation. This culture is a key reason why great people join Murex and grow with us,” Eddé said. “We are stunned and deeply delighted by this latest Glassdoor ranking.”
Eddé expressed gratitude that employees see Murex as a supportive, stimulating environment and highlighted the team members’ “invaluable” contributions as the company pursues the common goal of developing and servicing leading technology that powers capital markets.
Murex promotes a people-centric, international culture that emphasizes openness. Its Paris workforce is concentrated in a single, recently renovated facility in the 16th arrondissement flooded with natural light and modern equipment. Continuous learning and development are part of the career journey of all Murexians as they collaborate on exciting projects, while autonomy and trust are also promoted.
Additionally, Murex’s private ownership insulates the company from pressures faced by competitors.
In publishing the rankings, Glassdoor noted the efforts top-placed businesses make to ensure employee wellbeing and a streamlined application process for job seekers.
“This year, job seekers and employees have had to deal with an extremely turbulent labor market, which promises to be increasingly uncertain. Glassdoor's data shows, however, that there are companies for which it remains paramount to provide a positive and fulfilling experience for their employees,” said Glassdoor CEO Christian Sutherland-Wong. “It's encouraging to see companies stepping up their efforts to support employee well-being and mental health, promote diversity and inclusion, deliver competitive benefits and create a flexible work environment at the dawn of 2023.”
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