Thoughtworks Recognized for Being Community Leader in Employee Enrichment, Engagement and Retention
Thoughtworks, a global technology company, announced it was named one of “Atlanta’s Best and Brightest Elite Award Winners,” by the National Association of Business Resources (NABR). The Elite Award recognition was based upon a combination of employee enrichment, engagement, and retention, three areas that are core to Thoughtworks company culture and mission.
“Our global and perse team of passionate technologists challenge the status quo on a daily basis. Across all of our offices, both in the United States and around the world, we seek to create an open community for free thinkers who are interested in tackling complex software problems facing both businesses and society. That spirit of inclusivity and free thought is at the heart of our Atlanta office. Atlanta has always been and will remain an important market for us and we are humbled to be recognized for our work alongside an impressive group of organizations,“ said Joanna Parke, Group Managing Director, North America, Thoughtworks.
“Profitability and stability is essential for businesses in today’s economic climate. Companies that recognize that their employees are the key to their success achieve staying power. Our 2016 winners create their human resource standards to ensure employee satisfaction and they set standards for every business to aspire toward,” said Jennifer Kluge, President and CEO of NABR. “We are proud to honor this year’s winners.”
About the Best and Brightest Programs
The Best and Brightest Companies to Work For® is a program of the National Association for Business Resources that provides the business community with the opportunity to gain recognition, showcase their best practices and demonstrate why they are an ideal place for employees to work. This national program celebrates those companies that are making better business, creating richer lives and building a stronger community as a whole. There are numerous regional celebrations throughout the country.