Recognition endorsing Worldline’s global leadership in HR best practices

Worldline participated in the Top Employer audit to assess its Human Resources best practices and level of long-term commitment and efforts in setting exemplary managerial and people practices within the company.

In 2023, the Institute recognised more than 2,000 Top Employers in over 120 countries/regions across five continents. This is an in-depth external audit of Human Resources and People Management practices. The Top Employers Institute programme certifies organisations based on the participation and results of their HR Best Practices Survey* which covers six HR domains, consisting of 20 topics.

Worldline is proud to be certified in a total of 16 countries. These include Australia, Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, India, Italy, Malaysia, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the Group’s joint venture in Germany, PAYONE, with specific recognition on three best practices: Ethics & Integrity, Business Strategy and Employer Branding.

A new Employee Value Proposition acknowledged

This recognition follows Worldline’s new Employee Value Proposition (EVP) which was built in close cooperation between several departments and Worldliners. The new EVP was defined in response to employee feedback, the business and the market whilst taking into account Worldline’s purpose and ambitions as a business at the heart of global payment technology industry. It aims to further attract candidates by raising awareness of the employee journey they can expect whilst better defining applicant targets.

A commitment to improvement

Worldline is highly conscious of encountering fresh challenges in the future, especially within the identified areas where improvements can be made and as such continues to deploy dedicated action plans.