Lear is placed in the top three in the long-term investment and global competitiveness categories – two of the nine factors used by respondents to determine the overall rankings of companies. During 2022, Lear achieved more than 100 awards globally as a company in categories such as technology; diversity, equity and inclusion; environmental, social and governance; workplace culture, quality, and employee health and safety, the company said in a press release.
The company completed the important acquisitions of Kongsberg Automotive, Thagora Technology SRL and InTouch Automation to enhance our efforts in thermal comfort and Industry 4.0. It made remarkable employee-led contributions to support Ukrainian relief efforts, personal wellness and mental health initiatives, and numerous global community assistance activities.
In collaboration with global management consulting firm Korn Ferry, Fortune compiled its annual list after surveying 3,760 executives, directors, and analysts from 645 global companies in 52 industry groups about corporate reputation. Respondents ranked the reputations of companies based on nine factors, including management and leadership quality, product and service quality, innovation, social responsibility, global competitiveness and value as a long-term investment.
“Being selected to this prestigious list for seven consecutive years is a testament to our talented and dedicated employees worldwide. Every day, our team is focused on providing our customers with high quality, innovative products and giving back to the communities where we live and work. Our success is made possible by our commitment to innovation, inclusion and getting results the right way,” Lear president and CEO, Ray Scott, said.
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