14 Dynamic Signal Customers Make 2019 “Best Companies to Work For” List

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So, we were already beaming and swelling our chest with pride about learning that Dynamic Signal was just certified as a Great Place to Work.

Well, it turns out that was just the start of the good news.

The 2019 Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For list has been released and a remarkable 14 Dynamic Signal customers – 14! – have received one of the most coveted accolades in the business world.

“Dynamic Signal is thrilled to be a core platform for creating and sustaining a Great Place to Work through curated communication and structured feedback between employees and their leaders,” said Joelle Kaufman, Chief Marketing Officer. “We feel especially proud that we’re helping these great companies design an extraordinary employee experience at their organizations.”

The list of Dynamic Signal customers that made the grade reads like a Who’s Who of business.

The annual list, which is a collaboration between the Great Place to Work consulting firm and Fortune magazine, highlights the companies that are shining examples of how exceptional employee engagement and business success go hand-in-hand.

“You’ve created one of the world’s most innovative workplace cultures,” wrote Michael C. Bush, CEO of Great Place To Work. “More than 90% of your workforce feels welcomed, inspired, cared for, and heard. They feel respected and treated like people, not just employees. … And (drumroll please) your financial results are among the best in your industry. You’ve proven that treating people like family is better for business, better for people and better for the world.”

Also, Fortune published the list of the largest employers (more than 100,000 employees) that have received Great Place to Work certification. That included Comcast, Bank of America, FedEx and yet another Dynamic Signal customer – Kaiser Permanente.

Dynamic Signal is thrilled to be playing a role in the success of so many companies that are acknowledged among the world’s best places to work.

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Mark Emmons

Mark Emmons is the storyteller at Dynamic Signal. He previously was a newspaper reporter at the Detroit Free Press, the Orange County Register and the San Jose Mercury News. He reluctantly uses the Oxford comma.