EXANTE has been crowned as one of the 2022 Quartz Best Companies for Remote Workers

EXANTE has been crowned as one of the 2022 Quartz Best Companies for Remote Workers

The Quartz’s Best Companies for Remote Workers is a research-driven programme from Best Companies Group that examines your company’s practices, programmes and benefits and surveys its employees for their perspective. Companies that meet certain criteria are considered Quartz’s Best Companies for Remote Workers.

EXANTE won a place on the list due to its flexible working initiatives, company culture, employee benefits, and its ongoing education and training programmes.

Remote working has always been a priority at EXANTE, even prior to COVID, with more than 30 percent of the company’s workforce working from home. The company has continually recognised that by giving employees the freedom to choose their work environment and the ability to manage their career around family and health commitments, they thrive. This has allowed EXANTE to hire some of the best people in the industry.

The company hires talented individuals and gives them the autonomy and trust to do their job. Because of this, everyone at EXANTE enjoys coming to work and giving their all. This level of flexibility is what has drawn many of EXANTE's employees to the company. Employees are valued and appreciated. EXANTE enforces fair and equal pay, regardless of age or gender.

See the full list here.

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