Steelcase among the world’s most admired companies
February 10, 2022 | 7:51 am CST

For more than a decade and a half, Steelcase has been named a world's most admired company based on nine criteria.

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – For the 16th consecutive year, Steelcase has been named among the world’s leading brands on Fortune’s 2022 World’s Most Admired Companies list in the Home Equipment and Furnishings category. Other leading brands in the same category are Stanley Black & Decker, Whirlpool, and Haier Smart Home.

Businesses featured on the Most Admired List are rated by executives, directors and analysts in their respective industries based on nine criteria, including investment value, quality of management and products, social responsibility, people management and ability to attract talent. A company’s score must rank in the top half of its industry survey to be included on the list.

“We’re honored to again be recognized by Fortune magazine as a World’s Most Admired company. This award reflects our collective commitment to creating better work experiences for people around the world,” said Steelcase President and CEO, Sara Armbruster. “We’re proud of what we’ve accomplished together and look forward to continuing to help our customers be at their best, no matter where they work.”

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