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Revealed: The top 25 most popular companies to work for

PUBLISHED: 16:52 22 March 2018 | UPDATED: 10:05 23 March 2018

Which company came top? Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Which company came top? Picture: CONTRIBUTED


New data reveals the top companies to work for in the UK it includes HSBC, Facebook and Lloyds.

Find out what companies are the best to work for according to new data. Picture: PAFind out what companies are the best to work for according to new data. Picture: PA

LinkedIn, a business and employment-oriented service, has announced the top 25 companies to work for in the UK.

The data is based on the actions of its 546 million members, it looks at interest in the company, engagement with the company’s employees, job demand and employee retention.

The top company to work for according to the data is online clothes and accessories firm ASOS.

In the last four months of 2017 the firms sales were up by 30% and its active customer count reached 16 million.

ASOS also increased its head count by 30% last year and is looking to employee 1,000 more people in 2018.

In second place is the BBC.

Last year it took home a record number of accolades at the Baftas.

However, it only increased the amount of employees by 1% in 2017, according to the data, but once employees join they usually stick around for a while.

Take a look at the list to see all 25 companies.

Tell us who you think are the best employers in our region here.

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