he certification is awarded following employee surveys and a company culture audit which assesses HR measures, procedures, and policies and ensures that team members trust who they work for, take pride in their work, and enjoy the people they work with.
Feedback from employees which will help Greentube improve and evolve to make the company an even greater place to work was gathered by the survey, conducted by Great Place to Work. The company said in a press release that ensuring employees are satisfied and healthy is a priority to Greentube and key to its sustainable success.
Greentube has a set of standards that drives its company culture including diversity, development, work-life balance, and team spirit. The Great Place to Work project was driven by Greentube’s Corporate Responsibility and Human Resource departments.
Sandra Zeilinger, Director of Group Employee Services, said: “The holistic wellbeing of our employees and the support we offer them is crucial to us. We are very happy and proud to have received the Great Place to Work certification which demonstrates that Greentube is an exciting workplace and that we provide the opportunity to fulfill our employees’ potential. Each and everyone in the Greentube family contributes with team spirit, openness, and commitment to our company culture, every day, and this is what makes Greentube an amazing place to work.”