Employee feedback earns SalesLoft the #21 spot on this year’s list shortly after being named to Forbes Magazine’s Best Startup Employers in 2020
Great Place to Work and Fortune have honored SalesLoft as one of the 2020 Best Workplaces in Technology. The ranking considered more than 100,000 employee surveys from technology companies in the United States.
Great Place to Work, a global people analytics and consulting firm, evaluated more than 60 elements of team members’ experience on the job. These included the extent to which employees trust leaders, the respect with which people are treated, the fairness of workplace decisions, and how much camaraderie there is among the team. Rankings are based on employees’ feedback and reward companies who best include all employees, no matter who they are or what they do for the organization. SalesLoft took the No. 21 spot on the list.
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“SalesLoft was founded on the principle of being exceptionally intentional with our culture,” said Christine Kaszubski, Chief People Officer, SalesLoft. “Our business model was built around our core values, which means we prioritize culture from the moment the very first interview takes place. Our commitment to our values-based culture helps us attract, retain, and engage a workforce dedicated to going above and beyond for our customers.”
The Best Workplaces in Technology stand out for excelling in one of the nation’s most \competitive marketplaces. SalesLoft creates an environment where employees can learn more, do more, and become more by offering individual development programs, industry leading perks and benefits, employee resource groups, and leadership development workshops.
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“The companies appearing on this year’s list of the Best Workplaces in Technology are doing the work to improve equality for every employee,” said Great Place to Work CEO Michael C. Bush. “They have created cultures of fairness and inclusion in an industry that is still grappling with representation across gender, race, ethnicity, and sexual orientation. While not at the tipping point, they are the leaders that are creating a more equitable path forward.”
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