A strong commitment to diversity and employees’ welfare recently earned eBay Inc. recognition as a top place to work in Korea and Israel. It follows similar honors in Ireland, China and Germany.
With a 91 percent employee approval rating, eBay Inc. CEO John Donahoe earned the No. 19 spot in a recent ranking by the jobs and career site Glassdoor.
At panels in South by Southwest Interactive’s Mobile Saturday lineup, eBay’s Kevin Hurst and PayPal’s John Lunn shared how the company capitalizes on the many global opportunities that lie at the intersection of mobile and retail.
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The recognition in Ireland follows similar honors for eBay as a top workplace in China and Germany as well as the company’s appearance — at No. 44 — on Fortune’s 2014 list of the Most Admired Companies.
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PayPal CTO James Barrese called the event “a great opportunity to showcase our diversity and our talent.”
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