Oct 7, 2020
For the 8th consecutive year, Digital Remedy has been named one of the Best Places to Work in New York City by Crain’s New York Business! To be recognized alongside so many great leaders in the industry is always an exciting honor for our team. However, this year’s acknowledgment feels particularly poignant. In a year…
To be recognized alongside so many great leaders in the industry is always an exciting honor for our team. However, this year’s acknowledgment feels particularly poignant. In a year that presented our company, and our industry, with countless challenges and obstacles, it also marked our 20th anniversary as an organization.
Digital Remedy has worked to keep ourselves, and our clients, at the forefront of technology for 20+ years. To foster the talent needed to succeed, our employees have been a priority from the very beginning. With so much time normally spent in-office to successfully serve our clients, we always aimed to make our workplace as comfortable and stimulating as possible. 2020 tested that thinking, but also presented an opportunity for us to challenge ourselves to creatively serve our employees in new and exciting ways.
Our internal teams have worked hard to create initiatives and programming that keep employees connected, engaged, and motivated throughout this year. With businesses shifting to remote work and trying to navigate the uncertainty of 2020, we are proud of the collaboration, dedication, and hard work that our team has put into seamlessly managing our business continuity while keeping our corporate culture strong.
While we miss engaging with our teammates in person, we aim to continue that sense of community, regardless of how remote we may feel right now. It is the people that make this company great, and it is important to our culture that we continue to support them, now more than ever.
Big thanks to Crain’s for the selecting Digital Remedy as one of “the best.” The final rankings of the Best Places to Work will be announced during a virtual event on December 3rd.
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