Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) today announced that it has been certified as a 2022 Best Workplace in South Korea. Agilent has also achieved recognition as one of the Best Workplaces for women and millennials, reflecting the company’s commitment to a welcoming, diverse and inclusive culture.

The prestigious annual certification from the Great Place to Work® Institute, which conducts workplace culture surveys for more than 6,000 companies worldwide, recognizes Agilent’s people and organizational models for delivering outstanding employee experiences. The 2022 rankings are based on the Trust Index® employee feedback survey, which focuses on credibility, respect, fairness, pride, camaraderie and leadership competency.

Agilent received top marks in its culture audit, underscoring its commitment to a high-trust, high-performance culture and its ability to draw top talent globally.

Agilent in South Korea has pioneered innovative practices in diversity and inclusion, employee engagement, rewards and recognition, and career development. The company also successfully introduced a groundbreaking policy that helped women with science and engineering skills return to work.  

  “We are proud to be named a Best Workplace as we consistently strive to enhance our culture and the experience of our people. Agilent goes above and beyond to build on the values we live every day, contributing to a culture of innovation while fueling continuous learning, growth and opportunity. This recognition validates those efforts,” said You Jae Soo, South Korea country manager of Agilent.   

Agilent has also been identified as a great place to work across the Asia Pacific region, including China, India, Singapore and Malaysia. Globally, Agilent was listed as one of the 2021 world’s best employers by Forbes, and a top sustainable company by Barron’s 2021 ranking of 100 most sustainable companies.

“The high-trust cultural experiences of our employees remain our top priority, and we will continue to evolve our strategies to build a world-class workplace,” said Madelyn Lip, Asia Pacific HR vice president of Agilent.       

In 1999, Agilent Technologies was established in South Korea and has grown to more than 370 skilled engineers and employees. This marks Agilent’s continued investment in key growth markets and South Korea’s role in the development of scientific advancement in chemical analysis, life sciences and diagnostics solutions.