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Chemours Earns Great Place to Work Certification™ in 15 Global Regions Including the U.S.


The Chemours Company (“Chemours”) (NYSE: CC), a global chemistry company with market leadership in Titanium Technologies, Thermal & Specialized Solutions, and Advanced Performance Materials, is pleased to announce that it has been CertifiedTM as a Great Place to Work® in the United States and 14 additional regions where it operates for the fiscal year 2023-2024. 

“Creating the best place to work for all employees is critical to realizing our vision of making the world a better place through the power of our chemistry,” said Susan Kelliher, Chemours’ Chief People Officer. “In this year’s poll, employees chose phrases like safety, community, opportunity, flexibility, and support to define what makes Chemours a wonderful place to work. This type of feedback demonstrates the importance of empowering each individual to do their best. 


The Great Place to Work CertificationTM is solely based on what current workers say about their time at Chemours. This is the fourth time Chemours has exceeded the standard for companies as a great place to work in the United States. Chemours’ Great Places to WorkTM profile summarizes the company’s U.S. scores, with significant features including: 

78% of respondents said they are proud of what the organization has accomplished. 

83% of employees said they are made to feel welcome when they join the organization. 

86% stated they are allowed to take time off from work when they believe it is necessary, and 78% indicated they want to work for the organization for a long time. 

Chemours has gained Great Place to Work CertificationTM in Belgium, Brazil, Greater China, France, Germany, India, Japan, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, and Thailand, in addition to the United States, which employs roughly 4,400 people. Chemours is always searching for exceptional individuals to join our team and assist us in enabling modern living and more sustainable innovations through Chemours’ chemistry.