Infomate has been officially recognized as a ‘Great Place to Work Certified’, after an independent analysis conducted by Great Place to Work in Sri Lanka, with the Certification process based on direct feedback from employees, provided as part of an extensive and anonymous survey about the workplace experience.
With trust in the workplace environment evaluated across categories such as respect, fairness, credibility, camaraderie and pride in the workplace, today 90 % of their employees have endorsed that they think of Infomate as “a great place to work”, thereby showcasing the unique culture that is felt and seen at Infomate on a day in and day out basis.
With an excellent on-boarding process that helps new employees get easily immersed into the organization, Infomate prioritizes on fostering a culture where employees can thrive and bring their best self to work, offering a collaborative and flexible hybrid workplace that employees can grow, make an impact and be part of a global community.
As such, this global recognition for identifying and recognizing outstanding employee experiences, affirms Infomate’s commitment in building a ‘Great Workplace culture’ and indicates Informate’s competitive edge to serve global companies while attracting and retaining top talent, whilst having the resilience and ability to deal with changing work protocols given the unique challenges of the pandemic.
Infomate CEO Jehan Perinpanayagam stated that this is a badge of honor which validates the employee experience they have created for their people.
“I am very proud that Infomate has been certified as a great place to work. Our employees are at the heart of the company and is our biggest asset. The survey undertaken with Great Place to Work has validated our many initiatives centered around training, growth opportunities, continuous learning and promotions that we offer to our people. Our employees have expressed their pride in belonging to Infomate and John Keells.”
Being Great Place to Work Certified is not something that comes easily and we applaud Informate for seeking employees’ feedback and the opportunity to certify itself,” stated Kshanika Ratnayaka, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Owner of Great Place to Work in Sri Lanka.
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