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With our terms of employment package we facilitate you to work healthily and with pleasure at APG. When you feel good mentally and physically, you also perform well. You will be challenged, supported and you know that your opinions and ideas will be acted upon within APG. We therefore regularly ask you about your opinions, for example via an employee satisfaction survey or a survey about APG’s business strategy and internal communications.
A good salary, a discount on your healthcare costs, ample training opportunities and of course a good pension scheme. This is all part of our terms of employment package, which is one of the reasons we have been selected as Top Employer 2017.
However, a modern organization and a modern employee deserve more, such as:
APG considers being a good employer essential. Talent is nurtured and our employees, as well as external agencies, appreciate this. Each year APG scores high in various rankings. Working for APG therefore means that you are working for one of the top employers in the Netherlands.
The Top Employers Institute conducts an annual independent survey in the areas of salary, terms of employment, working conditions, training and development, career options and organizational culture. The result is a list of employers who take good care of their employees and who may bear the hallmark of Top Employer and/or Top Employer ICT. APG has received the distinction of calling itself a Top Employer and a Top Employer ICT for the past eight years.
Intermediair Best Employers Magazine ‘Intermediair’ has been conducting research into the ‘Best Employer in the Netherlands’ since 2001. All companies and organizations in the Netherlands with more than 100 employees can participate in this survey. The list is based on surveys among randomly selected employees and on a questionnaire about 105 different terms of employment. The primary terms of employment are of course heavily weighted. However, the survey looks at many other aspects: the ability of employees to work at home and participate in collective insurances, and whether there are sufficient opportunities for career advancement.