Brunswick Corporation Named to the 2021 Forbes “World’s Best Employers” list for the Second Consecutive Year


Oct 19, 2021

For the second consecutive year, Brunswick Corporation (NYSE:BC) has been named by Forbes and Statista to the 2021 list of World’s Best Employers. Thousands of global companies were surveyed for this honor and Brunswick was ranked in the top 15 percent of all organizations (No. 116 of 750 organizations selected), and in the top 10 companies in the world within the Engineering and Manufacturing category.

Companies designated as World’s Best Employers are chosen based on an independent survey of a sample of 150,000 workers in 58 countries, and the survey considers every aspect of an employees’ experience such as working conditions, salary, potential for growth, and diversity.

“We are honored to once again be named to the list of World’s Best Employers, as this award reflects feedback from employees throughout our global enterprise,” said Brenna Preisser, Chief People and Strategy Officer and President, Business Acceleration Division. “This award affirms our commitment to promote a positive and inclusive culture in which we can all perform at our best and succeed together. It is also a reflection of the deep and sustained commitment of our more than 18,000 global employees who continue to perform extraordinary work each day.”

The ‘World’s Best Employer’ title is Forbes’ most prestigious international employer accolade highlighting the class-leading employment opportunities Brunswick offers across its global organization, which spans 24 countries around the world. Cultivating professional development opportunities, advancing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and creating a rewarding environment for employees to learn and grow are the cornerstones of Brunswick’s culture.

Further emphasizing Brunswick’s dedication to these core principles, the Company has been recognized for numerous Forbes awards over the past 12 months, including:

• Top 10 ranking in Forbes America’s Best Large Employers 2021
• Forbes Best Employers for Women 2021
• Forbes America’s Best Employers for Diversity 2021
• Forbes Best Employers for Veterans 2020

To view the entire 2021 World’s Best Employer list visit:


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