Navigation Links
CRF Institute Names Sigma-Aldrich Top Employer Europe 2012
Date:3/26/2012

ST. LOUIS, March 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Sigma-Aldrich® Corporation (Nasdaq: SIAL) was recently named one of Europe's Top Employers by the Corporate Research Foundation (CRF) Institute, a joint initiative of academics, business journalists, trade associations, researchers and international publishers that offers independent Human Resources (HR) assessment and acknowledgement.  Sigma-Aldrich is one of nine companies that earned Top Employer Europe 2012 certification.  The certification recognizes the Company's high standards for HR offerings to employees across all its participating countries.

(Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20050215/CGSIGMAALLOGO)

"Training and development are integral to the future success of our employees and our Company," said Mike Harris, Vice President and Managing Director – Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) for Sigma-Aldrich.  "We understand the importance of investing in our employees, most recently through the success of our newly opened European headquarters in Switzerland.  Recognition by the CRF Institute is a great honor and reinforces our strategy and approach in developing one of our most important assets, our people."

The CRF Institute assessed winning organizations based on primary and secondary benefits and working conditions, training and development, career development and company culture. In addition, each company had to successfully achieve the criteria in a minimum of five countries. Outstanding employers are independently researched and certified by the CRF Institute annually.

"The outstanding HR policies and practices that Top Employers offer their staff show they regard talent management as a top priority," said David Plink, CEO with the CRF Institut
'/>"/>

SOURCE Sigma-Aldrich
Copyright©2010 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3

Related medicine technology :

1. Sarasotas Roskamp Institute Releases Study Defining a Mechanism for Development of Obesity and the Metabolic Syndrome, Forerunners of Type 2 Diabetes
2. Sports Legacy Institute Announces Findings of Forensic Examinations on Wrestler Chris Benoits Brain
3. Diabetes Research Institute Invention Promotes Growth of Stem Cells into Insulin-Producing Cells
4. Spine Institute of Louisiana Offers Cervical Spine Motion Preservation as an Alternative to Fusion Surgery
5. Trana Discovery and Southern Research Institute Announce the First RNA-RNA High Throughput Drug Screening Assay Platform for HIV Antivirals
6. Video: The Arizona Heart Institute Announces the Largest Worldwide Experience with Endoluminal Grafting to Treat Thoracic Aortic Aneurysms and Related Pathologies
7. Virogenomics, Inc. Awarded $2 Million National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Advanced Technology Program Grant to Develop Integrated Diagnostic Biosensors
8. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and Cleveland Clinic Taussig Cancer Institute Announce Groundbreaking Partnership to Accelerate Drug Approvals
9. American Meat Institute Calls WCRF Panel Recommendations on Meat Consumption Extreme and Unfounded
10. SAIC Awarded Malaria Vaccine Production Support Contract Extension by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
11. American Legion Anticipates Institute of Medicine Report on Gulf War Veterans
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:3/6/2015)... 2015  AbbVie (NYSE: ABBV ) will ... Thursday, March 12, 2015. Richard A. Gonzalez , ... question and answer session at 8:30 a.m. Central time. ... will be accessible through AbbVie,s Investor Relations Web site ... session will be available later that day. ...
(Date:3/6/2015)... March 6, 2015 Troyen A. Brennan, M.D., ... CVS Health (NYSE: CVS ), will speak ... Washington, D.C. today.  Brennan will outline ... addressing health care cost and quality as the overall ... the first national pharmacy chain to stop selling tobacco ...
(Date:3/6/2015)... , March 6, 2015   Veracyte, Inc. ... demonstrating that diagnostic tests that use increasing numbers of ... reduce the specificity of test results, leading to an ... erroneously diagnosed as cancerous. In addition, these new data ... the malignancies leading to "false negatives." The data were ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:CVS Health Chief Medical Officer to Address National Business Group on Health on Value of Pharmacy Care in Evolving Health Care System 2CVS Health Chief Medical Officer to Address National Business Group on Health on Value of Pharmacy Care in Evolving Health Care System 3Veracyte Announces New Data that Inform Optimal Use of Molecular Testing in Preoperative Thyroid Nodule Assessment 2Veracyte Announces New Data that Inform Optimal Use of Molecular Testing in Preoperative Thyroid Nodule Assessment 3Veracyte Announces New Data that Inform Optimal Use of Molecular Testing in Preoperative Thyroid Nodule Assessment 4Veracyte Announces New Data that Inform Optimal Use of Molecular Testing in Preoperative Thyroid Nodule Assessment 5Veracyte Announces New Data that Inform Optimal Use of Molecular Testing in Preoperative Thyroid Nodule Assessment 6
(Date:3/6/2015)... As the Muscular Dystrophy Association continues to enhance ... hired two new Scientific Program Officers, Amanda Haidet-Phillips, Ph.D ... Grace Pavlath, Ph.D, who joined MDA late last year ... together will lead MDA as it accelerates new front-line ... types of neuromuscular and motor neuron diseases. ...
(Date:3/6/2015)... (PRWEB) March 06, 2015 Parents need ... fatal reality of substance use disorders. School programs like ... be marginally successful. NOPE, or Narcotics Overdose Prevention and ... according to Healthline News on Feb. 27th. ... and prescription opiate drugs, drug prevention proponents are lobbying ...
(Date:3/6/2015)... Anaheim, Cailfornia (PRWEB) March 06, 2015 ... lifestyle technology company, announced today the launch of ... save money on healthy and sustainable products at ... retailers. Makeena is exhibiting at Expo West Booth ... to search by gluten-free, Kosher, non-GMO, organic, Paleo, ...
(Date:3/6/2015)... TN (PRWEB) March 06, 2015 Since ... January 1, 2015, there has been an overwhelming demand ... an efficient and compliant CCM program. The Centers ... on several matters. , PYA’s updated white paper—“ ... this new guidance into a detailed, yet practical “how ...
(Date:3/6/2015)... 2015 Jvion, the Atlanta-based leader ... a Clostridium Difficile (C Diff) predictive use case ... use case is the latest in a broad ... infections, chronic conditions, and individual illnesses. Using the ... solution flags at risk individuals to help support ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:MDA Adds Muscle Disease and ALS Leaders to Research Team 2Health News:MDA Adds Muscle Disease and ALS Leaders to Research Team 3Health News:MDA Adds Muscle Disease and ALS Leaders to Research Team 4Health News:A Harbor Village Detox Clinical Psychologist Encourages School Programs like NOPE to Positively Impact Awareness of Substance Use Disorders 2Health News:Makeena Launches App that Makes Healthy and Sustainable Products More Affordable for Shoppers 2Health News:Makeena Launches App that Makes Healthy and Sustainable Products More Affordable for Shoppers 3Health News:Updated PYA White Paper Meets Demand for Guidance on Providing and Billing Medicare for Chronic Care Management 2Health News:Jvion Predicts Patients at Risk of C Difficile Infection to Reduce Risk and Save Lives 2
... new study challenges the widespread perception that bulimia primarily ... Blair Waldorf, who battled bulimia on the show earlier ... American are 50 percent more likely than girls who ... girls from families in the lowest income bracket studied ...
... Start of a Long-Term Trend in Infant HealthWHITE PLAINS, N.Y., ... in 2007 - a finding that the March of Dimes ... trend in improved maternal and infant health. The preterm birth ... preterm) and among babies born to African American and white ...
... Solutions and Patient Questionnaires for Clinical Trials announced that it has ... to collect data from patients at home on electronic diaries in ... ... AZ (PRWEB) March 18, 2009 -- assisTek, the Leader in ...
... 18 Nuvilex, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: NVLX), formerly ... , the world,s first permanent tattoo ink designed to be ... alt.news 26.46 television segment shown on February 22, 2009 on ... and development of the ink as well as its use ...
... Suggests Parents Most Influence Teens, Decisions About SexWASHINGTON, March 18 ... 1% in 2007, according to data released today by the ... second year in a row that the teen birth rate ... decline in the teen birth rate. That is, after ...
... that the PSA test is a far from perfect tool ... offer conflicting views on the value of screening men with ... , But at least one leading oncologist says this much ... family history of prostate cancer should pay attention to a ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News:Black girls are 50 percent more likely to be bulimic than white girls 2Health News:Black girls are 50 percent more likely to be bulimic than white girls 3Health News:Preterm Birth Rate Drops 2Health News:Preterm Birth Rate Drops 3Health News:Preterm Birth Rate Drops 4Health News:Smart Phones to be used by assisTek to Collect Patient-Reported Outcomes in a Large Multinational Clinical Trial 2Health News:Smart Phones to be used by assisTek to Collect Patient-Reported Outcomes in a Large Multinational Clinical Trial 3Health News:Nuvilex' Infinitink Tattoo Ink Featured on PBS alt.news 26:46 TV Program 2Health News:Teen Birth Rate Up For Second Year in a Row 2Health News:2 Studies Conflict Over Value of Prostate Cancer Screening 2Health News:2 Studies Conflict Over Value of Prostate Cancer Screening 3
For the quantitative determination of direct & total bilirubin in serum. Modified Malloy-Evelyn Diazotization Method. Endpoint Reaction Product measured at 540 nm. Linearity: 20 mg/dl...
... Spectrophotometers are simple, reliable ... use in many types ... clinical, industrial and environmental ... vial holders, Windows based ...
Spectra 5000 is one of the most versatile analytical devices used in conventional laboratories which can work in the ultravoilet and visible range from 200 to 1000 nm for quantitative and qualitative...
... 400 Series Spectrophotometer ... approach to UV-VIS instrumentation. ... are incorporated into a ... in features and performance ...
Medicine Products: