Experian Ranked #1 Top Workplace by Orange County Register for Outstanding Dedication to Company Culture, Employees
Award celebrates Experian’s commitment to employee safety, innovation, diversity and inclusion
Recognizing Experian is inclusive culture and commitment to its employees and communities during the pandemic, the Orange County Register ranked the company as the #1 Top Workplace in 2020. The award, based on employee feedback in a survey of hundreds of leading companies in Orange County, marks the eighth year in row that Experian has been honored.
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“Our culture of innovation and dedication to technology enabled us to quickly respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and honor our commitment to using data for good.” –Craig Boundy, CEO of @Experian North America
“Our culture of innovation and dedication to technology enabled us to quickly respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and honor our commitment to using data for good,” said Craig Boundy, Chief Executive Officer of Experian North America. “All of our decisions at Experian are driven by our desire to lead with empathy. I’m so proud of our organization and all of our amazing colleagues. This #1 ranking reinforces the tenacity, drive and compassion we have demonstrated throughout the pandemic.”
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Focusing on our employees
Although the company had technology in place to easily initiate working remotely, Experian eased the transition for employees by also launching initiatives dedicated to mental and physical well-being. These initiatives include a COVID-19 Resource Center, enhanced sick-leave policies, increased mentoring opportunities to ensure continuity of professional development, flexible hours and return to office plans, as well as an ASPIRE to be Well guide, in partnership with human resources and Employee Resource Groups (ERGs).
“In addition to retaining a diverse workforce, we encourage all employees to celebrate their individual culture, backgrounds and differences. We also understand the importance of publicly sharing our internal commitment to acceptance and tolerance in order to spark a larger, global impact,” said Justin Hastings, Chief Human Resources Officer of Experian North America. “This has led to increased employee retention and engagement, as well as new collaborations and opportunities for us to further expand our purpose-driven culture. We are honored that the Orange County Register is recognizing these tireless efforts to make a difference in the communities where we live and work.”