CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, US — ADM was named a Top Employer 2024 in Europe, China, Singapore and Brazil by the Top Employers Institute, a worldwide authority in recognizing excellence in people practices. This is the third consecutive year that ADM has earned a Top Employer award in Europe, second year in a row in China and Singapore, and the first time in Brazil.

The Top Employers Institute’s certification program enables organizations to assess and improve the workplace environment, benchmark performance against the global Top Employers Institute standard and highlights best practices. Awards are given to organizations based on data gathered from participating companies in the HR Best Practices Survey, which covers key themes within human resources.

“It’s such an honor to be named a Top Employer Europe 2024 in Europe, China, Singapore and Brazil,” said Jennifer Weber, chief people and diversity officer at ADM. “Our culture of care and continuous learning, which places our people at the heart of what we do, has helped us maintain this recognition year after year in some regions and expand it to Brazil. At ADM, we believe that true innovation arises when people from a wide range of perspectives and backgrounds can come together to contribute to our company’s success. We strive to continuously improve our people practices to support every colleagues’ ability to fulfill our purpose of unlocking nature to enrich lives.” 

Established more than 30 years ago, Top Employers Institute has certified over 2,200 organizations in 122 countries/regions employing over 9 million workers. 

ADM said the recognition from Top Employers Institute reflects its efforts to drive impactful changes in the workplace through people-focused strategies. Employee engagement across ADM’s global agribusiness workforce is boosted, the company said, by prioritizing talent development initiatives, growing its network of global and regional Employee Resource Groups catering to a wide range of cultural or identity-based communities and promoting gender parity efforts to increase the number of women in senior leadership roles.