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ReadyTalk Culture Makes it a Best Company to Work For – Four Times Over

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For the fourth consecutive year, ReadyTalk was recognized as one of Colorado’s Best Companies to Work For by Colorado Biz Magazine.

In his recent blog post, Andrew Hudson talked about the how ReadyTalk and other top companies share amazing company cultures:

 


  • As important is that employers who truly have developed a beloved corporate culture enjoy greater productivity from employees that really do believe in and love their jobs. These companies recognize that their bottom line is intricately connected to a corporate environment that recognizes and rewards the best in their employees.

 

So, what is the ReadyTalk culture?

At the core, ReadyTalk’s culture is based on a passion for doing the right thing for customers. ReadyTalk’s founders recognized, from the beginning, that happy, engaged employees lead to happy and engaged customers.

Employee engagement at ReadyTalk comes in all forms. There are employee committees that foster philanthropy (see ReadyTalk Supports Local Non-Profits Through Employee Committee), sustainability, and employee well being. There’s a monthly product brainstorming happy hour that provides an opportunity for all employees to share ideas. The CEO leads a bi-monthly session on creative thinking to foster innovation.

ReadyTalk also offers an amazing benefit package that includes 100 percent employer-paid healthcare for employees and their families. There’s 401(k) matching, gym memberships and more. There’s also a whole bunch on non-traditional benefits like bringing your dog to work, weekly access to a massage therapist, paid volunteer time and fully stocked fridges.

For me, the thing that really makes ReadyTalk a Best Company to Work for is the team of passionate people that work here. Everyone is passionate about the company and helping our customers be successful with their audio and web conferencing. Not only that, ReadyTalk employees are passionate about hiking, biking, parenting, playing with their dogs, running, hitting the slopes, brewing beer, blogging, and more. It’s passion that’s infectious.

We’re always looking for other passionate people to join our team. Check out the openings.

I’d love to hear what makes your company a good place to work? What would make it better?


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