Dana Earns ‘Top Employer 2023’ Award in 12 Countries and European Region

Dana Earns ‘Top Employer 2023’ Award in 12 Countries

The parts supplier has been recognized for exceptional people practices and employee engagement.

Dana Inc. announced that it has been recognized as a “Top Employer 2023” in 12 countries in which it operates. The company also was selected as a Top Employer across Europe due to the number of countries earning honors in the region.

This prestigious award by the Top Employers Institute recognizes excellence in people practices with a particular emphasis on exceptional human resources programs – including diversity and inclusion, work environment, talent acquisition, learning and well-being.

Dana’s operations in Belgium, China, Germany, Hungary, India, Italy, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States were recognized as being a Top Employer for creating an empowering environment. The company’s operations in México were separately honored by Great Places to Work. In total, these countries represent more than 80 percent of the company’s employees and sales.

“Dana is a company founded on strong values that place our people at the heart of everything we do,” said Maureen Pittenger, senior vice president and chief human resources officer for Dana. “Earning top employer awards across so many different countries is a true testament to a culture of collaboration and inclusivity. At Dana, we value others, inspire innovation, grow responsibly, and win together. These values spotlight our passion and center our actions around a common vision of powering innovation to move our world.”

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