These Are the Top Companies in the Philippines in 2022, According to LinkedIn


As the definition of career growth evolves, workplaces are seeing a shift in what employees are looking for in their professional lives.

LinkedIn recently published its second annual ranking of the 15 best workplaces for stability. Based on unique LinkedIn data, the list was put together by assessing seven critical pillars for progression. These include the ability to advance, skills growth, company stability, external opportunity, company affinity, gender diversity, and spread of educational backgrounds.

“As we continue to navigate the challenging realities of today’s world, employee engagement and support are now more important than ever,” LinkedIn News Senior Managing Editor Satoshi Ebitani explains. "Our Top Companies list celebrates companies invested in the growth and well-being of the most important resource in the workplace–people.” 

According to LinkedIn, these are the Philippines’ top companies for 2022:

  1. Smart Communications
  2. Accenture
  3. Shell
  4. Metrobank
  5. Emerson
  6. BDO Unibank
  7. Manila Water
  8. Nestle
  9. WPP
  10. Philippine General Hospital
  11. Insular Life Assurance Company Ltd.
  12. Robinsons Bank Corporation
  13. San Miguel Corporation
  14. DXC Technology
  15. Cognizant

A key trend observed from Linkedin’s research is that flexible work is no longer just a “nice thing to have.” In Metrobank’s case, the corporation developed employee wellness programs, like new and improved work-from-home policies and support for employees’ emotional and mental well-being.

Mental health has been a key point of emphasis for companies, as well. This is why many of this year’s top companies started offering mental health services. In an effort to address this, Smart Communications launched the “Mind Your Health” program, which was designed to educate employees on various mental health issues.


Meanwhile, upskilling opportunities are found to have offered employees a sense of stability. Accenture, for instance, strengthened its Near-Hire Training program to help non-college job applicants.

The various companies on this year’s rankings also looked to ensure equality in the workforce. Accenture did so by rolling out personalized equipment like headsets, glasses, and the like for employees with vision, hearing, speech, or mobility impairment.

Emerson, on the other hand, made building a diverse, inclusive workplace its top priority. The company promises to double the representation of women globally by 2030.

Ebitani concludes: “With dedicated programs and initiatives to support career progression and the growing need for work-life balance, these companies are leading the charge for long-term success in the workforce.”

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Bryle B. Suralta is a Filipino cultural critic, editor, and essayist. He writes about art, books, travel, people, current events, and all the magic in between. His past work in film and media can be found on PeopleAsia Magazine, The Philippine Star, MANILA BULLETIN, and IMDB.
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