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Abbvie recognised among best large workplaces in Ireland at 2024 great place to work awards

By Irish Pharmacist - 01st Apr 2024

Back Row L-R: Arindam Guha, AbbVie Westport; Clare O’Donnell, AbbVie Westport; Blayne Walsh, AbbVie North Dublin; Andrew Shaw, AbbVie Citywest; Marco Froehlich, AbbVie North Dublin; Elizabeth Grogan, AbbVie Citywest, Dublin; Gary O’Mahoney, AbbVie Ireland; Geraldine McGroary, AbbVie Bal- lytivnan, Sligo; Gerard Byrne, AbbVie North Dublin; and Denise Bulman, AbbVie Cork. Front Row(L-R: Andres Rodrigo, AbbVie Citywest, Dublin; and Rakesh Dontireddy, AbbVie Manorhamilton Road, Sligo. Picture Conor McCabe Photography.

AbbVie, the global biopharmaceutical company, has been listed as one of the best places to work in Ireland at the 2024 Great Place to Work Awards. It is the 11th consecutive year that the company has featured on the list.

AbbVie, which employs around 2,600 people across six locations in Ireland, was ranked 13th Best Large Company in Ireland at the awards, and was joined by 36 other companies on this prestigious roll call.

Great Place to Work previously recognised AbbVie as a Best Workplace for Women for the fifth consecutive year in 2023, and was one of 19 organisations included in the most recent Best Workplaces in Pharma & Healthcare list.

Speaking about this new accolade, Andres Rodrigo Diaz, General Manager at AbbVie (Ireland), said: “Being named as one of Ireland’s top large workplaces again this year is an incredible accomplishment for the company and an important recognition of the high-performing, inclusive culture that we’ve created over the past 11 years.

“This latest recognition reflects the various AbbVie programmes that support meaningful development, employee well-being, diversity and inclusion, as well as long-standing initiatives which help to support and positively impact our local communities,” he added.

Great Place to Work assesses the policies and practices in place in organisations regarding key areas such as employee development, hiring practices, employee wellbeing, and social impact. It then benchmarks these areas against other organisations in other countries.

Employee development continues to be a key priority area for AbbVie and the company has rolled out a number of mentorship programmes, harnessing the capabilities and experience of leaders, graduates, and other colleagues in the organisation.


It is a recognition of the high-performance, inclusive culture that we have created over the past 11 years

AbbVie also supports key diversity and inclusion projects, including the launch of the company’s Pride, Asian Leader Network, and Ability employee groups at its sites across Ireland.

AbbVie’s award-winning Week of Possibilities volunteering initiative and the Employee Giving Campaign also provide employees with opportunities to personally improve and impact the communities in which AbbVie people work and live.

CEO at Great Place to Work Ireland, Cathal Divilly, said: “I’m delighted to extend a huge congratulations to all the exceptional companies recognised as a Best Workplace in Ireland 2024. This achievement is not just a milestone but a reflection of their tireless efforts at crafting workplaces where talent not only flourishes, but also feels valued and empowered. I’d like to congratulate these organisations once again on this outstanding achievement, and may this recognition fuel their continued journey towards excellence and innovation.”

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