HR Acuity, the leading provider of employee relations and investigations management technology, announced that it is Great Place to Work-Certified™. Using validated employee feedback gathered with Great Place to Work’s rigorous, data-driven methodology, the certification confirms that 97% of employees have a consistently positive experience at HR Acuity. Great Place to Work is the global authority on workplace culture, employee experience and the leadership behaviors proven to deliver market-leading revenue and increased innovation.
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“Our team is thrilled to be Great Place to Work-Certified™,” says Deborah J. Muller, CEO and Founder of HR Acuity. “Our mission is to create better, safer workplaces and that starts with a great experience for our own team. I am delighted that our employees reported an across-the-board positive experience with their colleagues, their leaders and their jobs. They are ALL IN every day and we value each and every one of them and the contributions they make to our clients and our business.”
“We congratulate HR Acuity on their Certification,” said Sarah Lewis-Kulin, Vice President of Best Workplace List Research at Great Place to Work. “Organizations that earn their employees’ trust create great workplace cultures that deliver outstanding business results.”
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While you can’t prevent every employee relations issue, you can change how you respond. HR Acuity is the only technology platform specifically built for employee relations and investigations management. HR Acuity’s SaaS technology empowers you with built-in intelligence, templates and reporting so you can conduct best practice, fair investigations; uncover trends and patterns through forward-looking data and analytics; and provide trusted, consistent experiences for your people.
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