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German Drugstore Chain Most Desirable Employer In Croatia

Germany’s second largest drugstore chain dm-drogerie markt has for the fourth year in row been named as the most desirable workplace in Croatia, according to a survey from Croatia’s leading job portal MojPosao.

The survey, which interviewed over 1,700 people, had the Germany drugstore chain well ahead of the competition. The top 5 most desirable employers in Croatia according to the survey were:

1. dm-drogerie markt
2. T-HT telecom
3. Agrokor
4. Atlantic Grupa
5. IKEA

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