Amobee Australia’s ranking marks the third time the company has been named as a Great Place to Work in Australia.
Amobee Australia’s managing director Matthew Hunt said the recognition acknowledged Amobee’s ongoing investment and efforts to create an engaging and enjoyable workplace for its Australian operations.
“We’re really proud of this achievement and particularly of our talented team who are the cornerstone to our success. We integrate overall employee well-being into the framework of our business, and believe our employees’ happiness and engagement cultivates a vibrant culture that drives passion, success, and innovation,” he said.
“Amobee has developed unique employee initiatives to retain and attract the industry’s top talent. Our dedicated TalentHub team has driven a variety of engagement programs and awards – including our ‘Giving Back Program’, Global Excellence Awards and PRO Awards.”
“We live by unique cultural behaviours that are demonstrated across the business daily, and employees are rewarded for their hard work and dedication. There is also an active focus placed on Learning and Development through National and International Summits, as well as specialised training programs,” he added.
“People should take note of the companies that comprise this study,” said Zrinka Lovrencic, MD of Great Place to Work Australia, the firm behind the Best Places to Work Study. “These will be the companies that attract and retain the most skilled, loyal, and innovative employees in the coming years.”
The BRW Best Places to Work study is widely acclaimed in Australia. Based on one of the world’s most comprehensive studies of workplace culture by Great Place to Work Australia, the quality of this year’s BRW Top 50 Best Places to Work was higher than ever. The success of the Best Workplaces is a testament to their willpower and innovation to retain happy, engaged, loyal, high performing workforces during challenging times.
The BRW 2014 Best Places to Work will be published in BOSS Magazine on Friday 12th September 2014.
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