Dana Named ‘Top Employer 2021’ in Europe

Dana Named A ‘Top Employer 2021’ In Europe

Dana’s European region comprises more than 10,000 employees working across 54 facilities in 18 countries.

Dana has announced that the company’s European region was recognized as a “Top Employer 2021” by the Top Employers Institute. The prestigious award honors exceptional human resources programs, including diversity and inclusion, work environment, talent acquisition, learning and well-being. 

Dana’s operations in six European countries — Italy, Hungary, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom — also were identified as being a “Top Employer” for creating an empowering environment for employees through people-first practices.

“Dana values an inclusive work environment that supports our people who are focused on pushing the boundaries of innovation and creativity to find a better way,” said Shelley Bridarolli, senior vice president of human resources for Dana. “The European Top Employer Award coupled with recognitions across six countries in the region is a testament to the leaders throughout our organization who are committed to putting the safety and well-being of our people at the forefront of our business.” 

Dana’s European region comprises more than 10,000 employees working across 54 facilities in 18 countries serving customers in the commercial-vehicle, light vehicle, and off-highway markets. 

In December, Dana also was recognized by Forbes magazine as a World’s Best Employer, and the company has earned top employer honors in a number of other countries, including Brazil, Canada, India, Mexico and the United States.

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