HG Insights, the global leader in technology intelligence, was recently recognized as having one of the best CEOs for women by Comparably, a culture and career monitoring website. Comparably honors businesses that are deemed outstanding by anonymous employees, and this specific award is based entirely on female employee feedback ratings on their chief executives.
“We’re dedicated to creating a company that encourages growth and opportunity and constantly strives for diversity of thought. That translates into a supportive company culture and fun place to work for everyone”
Elizabeth Cholawsky, HG Insights’ CEO, received a Comparably score of 95/100, placing her in the top 5% of small and mid-size company leaders in the United States.
“We’re dedicated to creating a company that encourages growth and opportunity and constantly strives for diversity of thought. That translates into a supportive company culture and fun place to work for everyone,” said Elizabeth. “I am delighted and honored to be recognized by the Comparably team and by the HG Insights women who made their voices heard to recognize me as a Best CEO for Women.”
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“Comparably’s annual Best CEOs for Women Award is based solely on how female employees rate their CEOs,” said Jason Nazar, Comparably CEO. “These outstanding leaders are being recognized for creating workplaces that inspire, encourage, and support women’s voices and contributions.”
HG Insights is the global leader in technology intelligence. Every day, HG Insights uses advanced data science methodologies to process billions of unstructured digital documents to produce the world’s best technology installation information, IT spend, and contract intelligence. The world’s largest technology firms and fastest growing companies achieve a tremendous advantage by using HG Insights to accelerate their sales, marketing, and strategy efforts.
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