ST. LOUIS (June 1, 2018) – Monsanto Company has once again been named by Great Place to Work® to its 25 Top Multinational Workplaces in Latin America, earning a rank of No. 10 for 2018. This is the ninth consecutive year the St. Louis, Mo.-based agriculture company has been named to the annual list.  Monsanto also appears on the GPTW list for the 100 Top Companies in Latin America.

Carlos Brito, Monsanto’s South America Human Resources Director, credits the continued recognition to the company’s inclusive and innovative work environment that promotes collaboration, professional development and work-life balance.

“The commitment of our employees and the pride of belonging to a motivating company is what moves us to fulfill the mission of helping farmers throughout Latin America,” said Brito. “Being on this list is an exceptional honor and a tribute to the culture our employees have built at Monsanto.”

Great Place to Work Institute, a global research, consulting and training firm, sponsors the annual Best Multinational Workplaces in Latin America listing. To qualify, multinational companies must have at least 1,000 employees around the world, of which 40 percent must reside outside the home country.  Additionally, the company must have ranked on at least three other Best Workplaces lists in Latin America. Monsanto was recognized by GPTW in Brazil, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Mexico and Paraguay.

The company’s on-going dedication to providing a supportive, inclusive and productive workplace that is encouraging, supportive and high performing has continuously led third party organizations such as Fortune Magazine, DiversityInc,  Working Mother Magazine and the Human Rights Campaign to consistently recognize Monsanto as an employer of choice.

About Monsanto Company

Monsanto is committed to bringing a broad range of solutions to help nourish our growing world. We produce seeds for fruits, vegetables and key crops – such as corn, soybeans, and cotton – that help farmers have better harvests while using water and other important resources more efficiently. We work to find sustainable solutions for soil health, help farmers use data to improve farming practices and conserve natural resources, and provide crop protection products to minimize damage from pests and disease. Through programs and partnerships, we collaborate with farmers, researchers, nonprofit organizations, universities and others to help tackle some of the world’s biggest challenges. To learn more about Monsanto, our commitments and our more than 20,000 dedicated employees, please visit Follow our business on Twitter® at

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