Hyland, a leading provider of content services solutions, has been recognised as one of the 100 Best Companies to Work For by Fortune, for the fifth consecutive year. Ranking #75 on the list, the Cleveland-based software developer was chosen after a rigorous selection process based largely on positive feedback from employees about the unique culture, perks and on-site amenities that support a healthy work-life balance.
Regarded as both a great company to work for and a great company to do business with, Hyland develops software solutions that help organisations digitise business operations and better manage content, processes and cases. By prioritising the well-being of its workforce of more than 3,000 employees, the company has created an inclusive environment where employees feel valued, respected and supported in all they do.
“It’s a great honor to be included on Fortune’s Best Companies to Work For list for fifth year in a row,” said Bill Priemer, president and CEO at Hyland. “We thank our employees for their positive feedback on our engagement programs and overall company culture. As we grow at a rapid pace and strive to become the best content services software provider in the market, we place high importance on preserving Hyland’s collaborative and creative culture.”
What Fortune says about Hyland:
How’s this for service leadership? One day a year execs at this software firm hop behind the wheel of golf carts, pick up employees in the parking lots, and drive them to the office. With an on-site preschool, paid sabbaticals, and surprise gifts for remote workers, it’s no wonder 43% of new hires come from referrals.
In addition, Great Places to Work also featured Hyland for the following culture accolades:
Best Workplaces in Technology 2018 Best Workplaces for Women 2017 Best Workplaces for Millennials 2017 This year marks the 21st anniversary of the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For list, and 2018 winners continue to show that a high-trust culture for all fuels better business results. Great Place to Work research shows that list winners keep outperforming the stock market, beating industry rivals when it comes to talent retention and demonstrating higher levels of productivity than peers.
The 2018 100 Best Companies to Work For list appeared in the February 15, 2018 issue of Fortune.
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