IT company Easi voted Best Workplace for the 8th time
At the Vlerick Institute's digital ceremony, Easi was voted Best Workplace in the small and medium-sized company category for the 8th time in a row. Easi was awarded the title of Best Employer in Belgium after an evaluation of its employer policy and based on the results of the survey conducted among its employees.
"We are leaving two exceptional years behind us, in our case also combined with particularly strong growth. This score confirms that our constant efforts to put our people first, pay off," says CEO Thomas Van Eeckhout. "Our employees are the stars of our company. It is up to us to honour them. It is their actions that make the difference for our customers, they deliver, day in and day out. It’s impossible to undervalue those efforts."
97% satisfaction score
It’s safe to say employees are proud to work at Easi. Overall, the company achieves a 97% satisfaction score on the employee survey.
|This is a fun place to work.||99%|
|When you come to work at the company, you are made to feel welcome.||100%|
|People care about each other here.||99%|
|I am proud to tell others that I work here.||98%|
|Everyone gets a chance to get special recognition.||97%|
The management also gets great scores.
|Management is approachable, and easy to talk to.||100%|
|Management shows genuine interest in me as a person, not just as an employee.||98%|
|Management keeps me informed of important issues and changes.||100%|
|Management acknowledges honest mistakes as part of doing business.||98%|
|Management keeps its promises and is honest and ethical in its business practices.||99%|
Diversity and Inclusion
This year the company has also been nominated for the additional award "diversity and inclusion". Something the company is proud of. It makes sense to focus on this says HR manager Laurent Delime. "Those who feel good at work are more creative and motivated. We are committed to Human Excellence. We see different perspectives as the key to excellent and high-quality service for our customers. The better we will be able to take the best of it in order to maintain and increase even this unique work atmosphere we have at Easi."
|People are treated fairly here, regardless of personal orientation or race.||99%|
|People are treated fairly here, regardless of their age or gender.||98%|
|I am treated as a full member here, regardless of my position.||98%|
|I can be completely myself here.||96%|
Equal growth opportunities and psychological support
HR manager Laurent Delime therefore prefers to speak of inclusion. "Diversity is a catch-all term. It's about gender, ethnicity, age, education, orientation, religion... and so on. We want everyone to feel good, heard and supported within our organization. Equal opportunities for growth are the foundation. In that context, we formulate action items around attracting candidates and retaining our talents. By focusing on inclusion at different stages of the career, we are working towards an environment in which everyone can be successful.
In addition, since the start of the corona crisis, we have also paid extra attention to the mental health of our employees. For example, thanks to switching to a new partner for our hospitalization insurance, our employees now have free access to a psychologist."
About Great Place to Work
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