Insentra proves remote working can improve workplace culture, leading IT companies in the 2020 Best Places to Work List
Wednesday 22nd July 2020, Sydney – Global professional and managed services business, Insentra has placed #2 in the 2020 Best Places to Work Study, in the under 100 employees’ category, maintaining a Top 5 place for four years and is the highest ranked IT company in this years list.
The study is conducted based on one of the world’s most comprehensive assessments of workplace culture by Great Place to Work Australia. The benchmark study publication comes amid the COVID-19 crisis, which has upended daily life and business operations around the world. The ranking of Australia’s Best Places to Work 2020 is based on data collected prior and during the novel coronavirus outbreak.
“To be highest placed IT company and to move up a spot to #2 in the Best Places to Work study is an achievement which we’re all proud of. Our culture has been consciously created from day zero and is number one on my list of priorities as the CEO, but it is not my responsibility alone - each crew member plays a vital role in upholding Insentra’s values. The support of the Vibe team, Executives and wider leadership has been instrumental in driving our adaption to remote working and ensuring we’re still a fantastic place to work throughout this year and its challenges.”, said CEO, Ronnie Altit following the virtual awards ceremony on Tuesday afternoon.
With its UK and US teams already fully remote, Insentra’s Australian crew adapted quickly to working from home, and taking lessons from their global teams have seen its culture go from strengths to strength. By implementing weekly All Hands company updates and ‘Ask Ronnie’ Q&A sessions, increasing team meeting cadence and offering a plethora of wellness and connection activities such as Virtual Happy Hour, online Yoga and Zumba and even Trivia Nights productivity at Insentra is booming.
“At Insentra, every crew member helps to support and foster an amazing environment. The entire organisation wants to ensure we remain a great place to work no matter what challenges come our way. Our culture has adapted and thrived in adopting a remote work format,” said Rebecca Crick, Vibe Associate at Insentra who has driven all of these activities in the business.
“The organisations in the study are leading the way amid the pandemic, demonstrating care for their employees, customers and communities during this challenging time.” Said Zrinka Lovrencic, MD Great Place to Work Australia. “The COVID-19 pandemic is a challenge facing organisations across the globe, and it puts a premium on being a high trust people-first culture.”
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