Toto, the construction company where people work best in Italy

A survey conducted by Statista for Panorama places the Abruzzo-based company in first place for the quality of work perceived by employees in the large construction sector

One of the largest statistical companies in the world has conducted a survey for the weekly magazine Panorama on the places where employees and managers are most satisfied. In the field of infrastructure construction, the Toto Group takes first place in what is the first ranking of “the most desirable companies and institutions”. The result of the survey, which involved over 1900 large Italian groups, is published in a 20-page dossier in the Mondadori Group’s weekly magazine on newsstands. Panorama magazine has been in Italy for over forty years one of the most important and authoritative weeklies on politics, economics and customs.

In order to draw up a list of the 400 companies and organizations where Italians aspire to work, a statistical survey was commissioned, involving 15 thousand workers in a universe of around 1900 companies with more than 250 employees. The company which carried out the survey is Statista GmbH of Hamburg, a company specialized in the field of demoscopic surveys which operates mainly in an international context, so as to guarantee the best possible impartiality of the surveys. Twenty-one business sectors were covered by the survey: ranging from food to cars, passing through services, new technologies and the more traditional construction. The sector in which the Toto Group excelled was the one in which our company has been operating since 1961: infrastructure construction. Behind Toto in the place of honor of this special ranking are Pizzarotti & C. and Astaldi in third place. For the automotive sector, the first place for “desire” is held by Ferrari. In the plant engineering sector, the best performance is that of Siemens, while in the pharmaceutical sector it is Bayer that excels. Like Ferrero in the food sector, Enel in the raw materials and energy sector.