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Four of Encora’s Best Rankings From Comparably’s Q4 2022 Award Series

Four of Encora’s Best Rankings From Comparably’s Q4 2022 Award Series

Encora, a global next-gen product engineering provider, today announced it has been named the winner of four awards in Comparably’s Q4 2022 Awards Series focused on excellence in leadership, company culture, and diversity. Comparably awards are selected based on anonymous employee feedback to a comprehensive survey. Encora finds itself sharing the top ranking with companies such as Microsoft, HubSpot, ADP, Adobe and more.

Encora’s workplace culture was awarded among the top 100 large, global companies in the following categories:

  • Best Company Culture
  • Best Company for Women
  • Best Company for Diversity
  • Best CEO

“It is an honor to once again receive overwhelmingly positive feedback from our employees in the Q4 Comparably Awards Series,” said Venu Raghavan, President and CEO, Encora. “Our employees are the most critical asset to our success and our customer’s success. We work hard to create a culture and environment in which everyone can be happy and proud to work at Encora. These rankings reflect that work and further fuel our desire to find new ways to serve our global Encorian communities.”

Every year Comparably celebrates the companies and leaders that are deemed as the most exceptional in 16 categories by those who know best – employees. Winning the annual Comparably Awards is based entirely on employee feedback in nearly 20 core culture metrics, from leadership and work environment to compensation and outlook. Four different awards are released each quarter, culminating in the penultimate Q4 Awards series.

Encora employees have consistently given the company top marks across each of Comparably’s quarterly award series, leading to Encora being listed in the top 100 in nearly each of the 16 quarterly awards. Top rankings came in the following categories throughout 2022: Best Engineering Team, Best Global Culture, Best Company Outlook, Best Places to Work in Phoenix, Best HR Team, and Best Career Growth.

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