Leading enterprise AI and digital solutions provider, Infrrd Inc., has recently been awarded for Best Companies for Diversity in 2018 by Comparably. Out of SMEs, Infrrd ranked within the top 25 and was recognized as a company that treats its employees with respect.
"We have consciously put efforts in creating a workplace that promotes gender & racial equality. There are several aspects of culture that one should focus on while creating a more inclusive workplace. At Infrrd, we have made it a priority to factor in all the aspects and allow employees to feel at home," says the mind behind Infrrd & CEO, Amit Jnagal.
Comparably has been felicitating companies who have been promoting ethnic, gender and racial diversities for a long time. The main idea being that workplaces should be diversified to maintain harmony & healthy work culture. "Winning Comparably's Best Company Diversity award is an exceptional achievement, highlighting the absolute best places to work in USA as rated by their own employees," said Comparably CEO Jason Nazar. The award was won solely based on employee voting and was not based on a participation fee or nomination. Every year Comparably celebrates renowned firms and leaders via employee ratings in 16 different categories.
With their strong global presence, Infrrd has worked with some of the most reputed brands and grown to over 200 employees in just two years from inception. An open and motivating work culture has always been fostered within its different branch offices. The employee ratings are just a testament to the growth and open mindedness of the company.
"We're extremely happy and honored to receive this prestigious award, it means that we are going in the right direction with a great group of employees. When it comes to recruitment, we have always valued a person's intent to learn and adapt to new technologies and so far, the ratings prove that we did right by our philosophy," says Lalit Agarwal, Head of Delivery & Operations, Infrrd Inc.
Edited by K. Fanning
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