“We are honored to be recognized as one of the best companies for women,” says Josh Gampel, CEO of Recruitics. “Since our inception, we have made diversity and inclusion a top priority. We are fortunate to have so many talented, successful women lead our teams and help shape our business.”
Every year Comparably celebrates the companies and leaders that are deemed as the most exceptional in 16 categories based on anonymous employee reviews. Winners are determined based on a series of 50+ structured and comprehensive workplace questions in nearly 20 core culture categories, including: Compensation, Leadership, Professional Development, Work-Life Balance, and Perks & Benefits, to name a few. The “Best Companies for Women” award assesses responses solely from female employees.
“It is important to understand the sentiment of women and how they feel about their workplaces relative to men,” said Comparably CEO Jason Nazar. “Our annual Best Companies for Women list recognizes the top organizations that female employees rated as collectively having the best attributes for fair pay, career advancement opportunities, benefits, and more.”
Adriana Kevill, SVP, Marketing for Recruitics:
“Recruitics places significant emphasis on building a culture of growth and support and creating a work environment where everyone has the opportunity to thrive.”
This Comparably Award is the latest success in an exciting year for Recruitics, which included a ReSI Award for Most Innovative Recruitment Advertising Solution, a Gold MarCom Award for Recruitment Marketing Strategy, and the acquisition of KRT Marketing, a full-service recruitment marketing agency. The combination of the two companies’ expert teams, data, and technologies have established Recruitics as the industry's preeminent recruitment marketing agency.
SOURCE Recruitics and Comparably