Hamburg's best employers: eos.uptrade receives seal of approval again
This year, for the first time, the seal of approval was not awarded with stars. Instead, a note was included stating that the award was based on an anonymous survey of employees.
The very good result was determined on the basis of an anonymous employee survey and shows that the employees feel very comfortable at eos.uptrade. "We are very pleased to have received the "Hamburg's Best Employer" award for the fifth time in a row," says Christian Woodgett, Managing Director of eos.uptrade GmbH, adding, "The high participation of our employees shows us that we are doing many things right and that this is well received by them."
The company scored particularly well in the areas of cooperation, work-life balance, team orientation, trust in employees and quality orientation. In addition, eos.uptrade scored very well in the areas of short decision-making processes, health promotion and working atmosphere.
"In addition, the honest answers give us the chance to develop further in those areas where we still have room for improvement," Christian Woodgett continues. This relates, for example, to employee participation in decision-making.
The presentation of the "Hamburg's Best Employer" award is in its 13th year and this year took place among the local Corona measures in a small circle at the premises of Roos Consult GmbH.
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