Again, this year Objectivity joined the top 5 employers in the Great Place to Work award. The certificate has much more meaning for us than just a tag to put on job advertisements though. It’s a voice of our employees: both acknowledging the management’s efforts to run a sustainable business, and providing constructive feedback pointing out areas for improvement. The voice was significant, because more than 75% of our staff took part in the external GPTW audit. We consider this high number a sign of trust and the continuous endorsement of our philosophy of Win-Win. To back this up by an example: 96% of employees who responded confirmed that people are treated fairly at Objectivity regardless of their age, race, ethnic origin, gender or sexual orientation. As a representative of the HR Board, I strongly believe that the fair-play relations among our colleagues reflect on their collaborative attitude and ethical approach to all our stakeholders – always putting our Clients in first place. To anyone who’s still wondering why we’ve invested so much in maintaining Objectivity as a great workplace for so many years: simply, it pays off. Making employees happy by meeting their needs and solving their daily problems allows them to focus on solving the problems of our Clients.
Katarzyna Sobótka, Recruitment Lead HR Business Partner
Our fifth Great Place to Work title is both an honour and a challenge. In a competitive Employer Branding world, the bar is set high and is getting higher each year. As we grow and evolve, we will continue to use best practices throughout our business, and we will continue to learn from our colleagues and clients, ensuring that Objectivity remains a Great Place to Work.