Britain's Most Admired Companies 2013: Ability to attract, develop and retain top talent

In times of crisis, having the best staff can make the difference between sinking and swimming. Here, companies are ranked by their ability to attract, develop and retain talent.

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Last Updated: 04 Dec 2013

To arrive at the total scores, each company is marked out of 10 across nine criteria, such as quality of management, value as a long-term investment, and financial soundness and innovation.

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