Alida Wins 2021 Comparably Awards for Best Company Happiness, Best Company Compensation and Best Company Work-Life Balance
Alida ranks #3 on Top 50 list out of 70,000 companies for happiest employees
Alida, a leader in Total Experience Management (TXM), announced it has been selected as a 2021 Comparably Award winner, ranking #3 for “Best Company Happiness”, #5 for “Best Company Compensation” and #43 for “Best Company Work-Life Balance” out of the top 50 small/mid-sized companies in North America.
Comparably analyzed over 10 million anonymous sentiment employee ratings across 70,000 North American companies over a 12-month period and determined those highest rated in 2021. Final rankings were based on a series of questions related to overall happiness at work, employee satisfaction with total compensation package, and work-life balance at the company,
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answered anonymously by current employees. Each answer is given a numerical score and compared to companies of similar size.
“Alida is honored and excited to be recognized for best company happiness, compensation and work-life balance. It means a great deal to know the culture Alida has created resonates with our employees and supports them in the ways they need,” said Ross Wainwright, CEO of Alida. “Our employees make up the very essence of our organization and I am happy to see them bringing their authentic selves to work everyday.”
Alida places immense value and emphasis on the voice of the employee to foster a culture that supports the authenticity of its people and aims to uplift, empower, and amplify all voices. As a Customer Experience (CX) company, Alida uses its own solutions to gather feedback from its employees and take action on their preferences and needs. Every quarter, the HR team runs an ‘employee pulse’ survey that sees over 90% participation rates. Alida’s leadership team also gathers continuous feedback from employees about various business initiatives and includes them in the decision making process.
“A combination of metrics contribute to overall happiness at work, from having a comprehensive compensation package and a positive work environment to flexibility in where and how you work,” said Comparably CEO Jason Nazar. “Alida continues to be a strong workplace culture leader by meeting the needs of their workers across these important factors.”