Sep 29, 2022
Digital Remedy is thrilled to announce that the company has been selected as #2 (out of 100) on Crain’s 2022 Best Places to Work in New York City list! This marks the 10th consecutive year that Digital Remedy has been recognized by Crain’s and our third time ranking in the top 3 among small-or mid-size companies. The rankings are…
Digital Remedy is thrilled to announce that the company has been selected as #2 (out of 100) on Crain’s 2022 Best Places to Work in New York City list! This marks the 10th consecutive year that Digital Remedy has been recognized by Crain’s and our third time ranking in the top 3 among small-or mid-size companies.
The rankings are divided into small (1–50 city employees), midsize (51–100), and large (100+) companies. They are based on extensive (anonymous) employee surveys and audits of company benefits, human resources, policies, and perks.
Through employee-sourced feedback, Digital Remedy has been consistently recognized for its commitment to fostering and maintaining a healthy and balanced work environment for employees. Our culture promotes collaboration but also offers employees the opportunity to create a work style that is most productive for them. We have created an environment with a balanced culture that takes individual interests into account—this is what has allowed us to remain as successful as we have been, not only in our industry but with our employees, for more than 20 years.
“At Digital Remedy, we are not just colleagues, we are softball teammates, friends, roommates, relatives, foodies, workout partners, and so much more. We believe that it is the people we work with that make Digital Remedy an amazing place to work. Our “Remediers” are the driving force behind our company’s success, innovation, and perseverance and we are proud to have a growing team made up of diverse backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives.” – Jessica Cortapasso, SVP of People
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