Today, enterprise digital solutions provider Infostretch announced that the company has been certified as a great workplace by the independent analysts at Great Place to Work®. Infostretch Corporation earned this credential based on extensive ratings provided by its employees. A testament to the rich culture and dedication across its internal community.
Infostretch scored an average above 90 percent across all the categories covered in the survey. The Great Place to Work survey measures employee trust and various aspects of company culture, such as allowing employees to take time off when necessary, autonomy for personnel to do their jobs without micro-managing, sharing a sense of pride and celebrating successes. A summary of these ratings can be found at http://reviews.greatplacetowork.com/infostretch-corporation.
“It’s always been our philosophy to make Infostretch the best at what it does, not just for our customers, but also for the talented people who choose to work with us,” said Rutesh Shah, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, Infostretch. “We are honored to be recognized for our company culture. This prestigious certification is a tribute to the meaningful relationships we have cultivated with our trusted team of employees.”
“We applaud Infostretch for seeking certification and releasing its employees’ feedback,” said Kim Peters, Executive Vice President of Great Place to Work’s Certification Program. “These ratings measure its capacity to earn its own employees’ trust and create a great workplace – critical metrics that anyone considering working for or doing business with Infostretch should take into account as an indicator of high performance.”
“According to our study, 81 percent of Infostretch employees say it is a great workplace,” added Sarah Lewis-Kulin, Vice President of Great Place to Work Certification and List Production.
The Great Place to Work certification is a rigorous and objective standard for defining great workplaces worldwide. Infostretch employees completed 129 surveys, resulting in a 90 percent confidence level and a margin of error of ± 3.87.