Varicent, the leading provider of next generation Sales Performance Management (SPM) software, is thrilled to announce that it has won a LinkedIn Talent Award in the category of Employee Engagement Champion. The award recognizes companies who create a culture of continuous feedback and growth to improve employee engagement and wellbeing.
“It is an honor to be recognized in this category from LinkedIn, but we’re even more proud that our employees are comfortable providing feedback that has shaped our corporate culture”
“It is an honor to be recognized in this category from LinkedIn, but we’re even more proud that our employees are comfortable providing feedback that has shaped our corporate culture,” said Karoline Chan, Chief Human Resources Officer, Varicent. “Varicent is committed to putting our people first to best serve the communities in which we live, serve and sell. Incorporating our team’s ongoing feedback has, and will always be, critical to our success. Thank you, LinkedIn, for the award, and thank you team Varicent for getting us to where we are today, and where you’ll get us in the future.”
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The LinkedIn Talent Awards were held virtually on November 16, 2021, and are data-driven awards, that celebrate organizations worldwide that have shown adaptability, innovation, and creativity in talent.
Varicent prides itself on being a supportive, diverse, and inclusive environment, where every voice is heard. Over the last 18 months, Varicent has actively engaged employees through surveys, focus groups and more to drive change, shape corporate culture and implement programs that benefit each team member.
Using employee feedback, Varicent has developed many internal initiatives that improve employee engagement and wellbeing. Varicent employees emphasized the importance strengthening community ties, creating more opportunities for diversity within the technology sector, and personal and professional growth.
Initiatives that were created from employees wants include ending the workday at 2 p.m. on Fridays, having no internal meetings on Wednesdays, and access to virtual health care and mental health resources. Varicent launched the EDGE Scholarship program, Women’s Growth Circles, and hosts quarterly giving campaigns to better serve the communities we live, work and sell in. Employees of Varicent can access online learning programs to support their growth goals.
Individuals looking to join an inclusive work environment where they can be heard and recognized can apply to Varicent. There are multiple open positions worldwide in different departments.
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