Workhuman, pioneers of the human workplace, announced that it has been named one of the Best Companies for Work-Life Balance from Comparably, a leading workplace culture and corporate brand reputation platform with over 15 million anonymous ratings on 70,000 companies. According to Comparably data, having work-life balance is the number one priority for employees today, aside from salary; in fact, 1 out of 3 workers said it was more important than compensation, career advancement, perks/benefits, and stability.
“Workhuman has always encouraged its humans to bring their whole selves to work and now more than ever, to prioritize the important things in life – family, friends, hobbies, health”
“Workhuman has always encouraged its humans to bring their whole selves to work and now more than ever, to prioritize the important things in life – family, friends, hobbies, health,” said Steve Pemberton, Workhuman CHRO. “Our humans do their best work in different ways, whether it’s in the office full time, on a hybrid model, or fully remote. I could not be prouder of Workhuman for receiving this honor as it showcases our true commitment to keeping humanity in the workplace. After all, without the humans, it’s just work.”
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