Ping Identity , the Intelligent Identity solution for the enterprise, has been named by The Denver Post as a “Top Workplace of 2021: Midsize Companies.” The award is based on a third-party survey where employees anonymously rate their workplace culture, and was completed by over 60 percent of Ping Identity employees based in the Denver office.
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“We are proud of cultivating an employee-first culture that is seen by our employees as a supportive and inclusive workplace”
The 2021 Denver Post Top Workplace awards asked employees to rate their employer in seven areas, including alignment, coaching, connection, engagement, performance and “the basics,” which include pay, benefits and training.
“We are proud of cultivating an employee-first culture that is seen by our employees as a supportive and inclusive workplace,” said Andre Durand, CEO and founder, Ping Identity. “Given the unique work environment of the last year, it’s been more critical than ever to provide employees with flexibility, work-life balance, and an environment that supports the whole person, inside and outside the office. We appreciate our local Denver employees for sharing their feedback and look forward to continuing our ‘listen and learn’ approach to ongoing improvement.”
The Denver Post Top Workplace Award follows a similar award as Glassdoor, a website where current and former employees anonymously review companies, which earlier in 2021 honored Ping Identity with its annual Employees’ Choice Award.
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