Atento S.A., a leading provider of customer relationship management and business process outsourcing services in Latin America, has been recognized for the 5th year as one of the Best Companies to Work for in Brazil, according to Great Place to Work®.

The company has stood out by investing in people, one of its strategic pillars, and by building a good working environment. “It is with great pride that we receive this recognition, which reinforces our culture of placing the greatest value on human capital,” says Mário Camara, Managing Director of Atento in Brazil.

Atento is also recognized by Great Place to Work® as one of the best companies to work for in Argentina, Uruguay, Peru, Chile, Mexico, El Salvador and Guatemala. In addition, Atento was the only company in its sector to be included in the ranking of the 25 World’s Best Multinational Workplaces and is one of the 25 Best Multinationals to Work for in Latin America according to Great Place to Work®. Atento is also one of the 30 Best Companies for Women to Work for in Brazil.

Atento has a series of programs focused on training, developing and motivating employees locally and globally. The company is one of the largest providers of first jobs in Latin America and performs extensive training and development work through the Atento Academy and the Atento Leadership University programs. It promotes a good work environment, pride in belonging and teamwork through its motivation programs. It also promotes diversi-ty through employment programs such as Young Apprentice, Trainees, First Job, Over 45 Years Old Program (professionals over the age of 45 who want to return to the job market) or People with Disabilities Program.

Great Place to Work® is a global research, consulting and training company that each year creates and publishes the lists of the Best Companies to Work for in each of the 50 countries where it is present, based on the largest organizational climate survey in the world, involving more than 7,200 companies and 5 million professionals.

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