Snapcommerce, the mobile commerce platform that maximizes consumer savings and provides access to travel and goods, has been ranked as one of the Best Workplaces™ in Canada by the Great Place to Work® Institute. This honor is based on extensive employee feedback, the rigor of programs and policies that support employees, and high regard for positive corporate culture.
“We are incredibly proud to be named one of the Best Workplaces in Canada,” said Hussein Fazal, Co-Founder and CEO of Snapcommerce. “This accolade is a testament to our commitment to building an inspiring team, providing meaningful work, and investing in our people and programs for their long-term growth and development.”
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“This accolade is a testament to our commitment to building an inspiring team, providing meaningful work, and investing in our people and programs for their long-term growth and development.”
Snapcommerce believes in fostering an environment that inspires, propels, and unlocks potential. Snapcommerce was one of the very first technology companies to have become 100% remote-first, while offering employees unlimited vacation days, seven annual recharge days where the company is shut down to promote recovery, and flexible working hours. Their keen focus has led to countless programs that offer a flexible approach to learning and career progression, including annual learning and development stipends, an intern scholarship fund, and transparent career progression models. Snapcommerce’s proven success as a business and focus on employee growth, has scaled the team from under 50 in 2021 to over 200 full-time employees today.
“Snapcommerce fosters an environment where employees are surrounded by others who inspire, support, and challenge them to succeed every day,” says Natasha Lakhani, VP, People & Talent, of Snapcommerce. “We would like to thank our incredible team who embody our core values, which include, same goal/one team, be an owner, and open and transparent.”
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