The Meet Group has been granted a local ‘Top Workplaces 20201’ award by the Philadelphia Inquirer. A cultivated list of the final rankings will be published in August, with the winning companies separated based on their size.
Employees were invited to take part in an anonymous third-party survey, which was distributed by employee engagement technology partner Energage. Their feedback was used to comprehensively determine the quality of the internal culture.
A total of 15 critical culture drivers were measured, including alignment, execution and connection.
The Meet Group’s CEO Geoff Cook expressed: “Having a positive and productive work environment focused on open and honest communication and teamwork motivates our team, boosts morale, and leads to socialization, collaboration, and ideation.
“I am proud to work with the most talented people in the industry as we continue to grow our team and mobile apps.”
The online dating and live streaming company has worked hard over the past year to maintain a positive environment and make sure employees are still looked after, despite the requirement to work from home.
It has offered a variety of virtual team-building and social events, such as health challenges, daily yoga classes and online escape rooms.
Last week, Tinder also won a workplace award when it was named the 13th best company to work for in Los Angeles by Comparably. The dating app received an overall ‘Culture Score’ of 4.1/5.
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