Conversational AI leader ranked #46 among 100 U.S. companies recognized for employee sentiment and satisfaction
LivePerson, Inc. has been named to Newsweek’s Most Loved Workplaces list for 2021, ranking at 46 among the top 100 companies recognized for employee happiness and satisfaction at work. Produced in collaboration with the Best Practice Institute (BPI), a leadership development and benchmark research company, the Newsweek list results were determined after surveying more than 800,000 employees from businesses with workforces varying in size from 50 to more than 10,000.
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“We’re proud to be recognized among Newsweek’s 100 Most Loved Workplaces,” said Monica Pool Knox, Chief People Officer at LivePerson. “Our employees love working with our cool technology and a diversity of interesting brands from around the world, but what makes LivePerson special is our culture of highly collaborative, team-oriented people who are incredibly talented, purpose-driven, and care deeply for others – inclusive of the wellbeing and success of our customers and each other. While we offer things like flexible work and care days to help employees recharge, it’s our people who inspire me every day with their passion and commitment to grow this business and build a great company together.”
“Our employees are drawn to LivePerson by our mission to build high-quality AI products and services that build communities and enrich lives,” said Rob LoCascio, Founder and CEO of LivePerson. “They come here and find meaning in their work, establish real relationships with other experts, and deliver the best products and services to our customer brands. This award is a testament to our people and the wins they create for our culture and our customers.”
The full Newsweek list of 2021’s Most Loved Workplaces will be featured in the magazine’s October 29 print edition and is currently available online.
“In the wake of the pandemic, businesses hit hurdles in terms of retaining and attracting employees – but the companies that made this list are delivering the respect, care, and appreciation that it takes to create a positive workplace that nurtures talent,” said Nancy Cooper, Global Editor in Chief, Newsweek.
“The best way to determine the strength of a company’s culture is by measuring the degree of love employees feel for their workplace,” said Louis Carter, CEO and Founder of Best Practice Institute and Most Loved Workplace.
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