At InfoTrust, our entire team strives to make each day better than the one before. This outlook means using our company core values as a guiding light in the decisions we make for our clients, partners, and team members.
As a data-focused company, we understand the importance of not only saying that building a “best place to work” environment is important, but also validating if we’re on the right path and identifying areas in which we can improve.
With that in mind, the entire InfoTrust team is thrilled to announce that we have been recently named to two best-places-to-work-type lists.
Inc. Best Workplaces 2020
Inc. evaluated submissions from over 3,000 companies to determine this year’s Best Workplaces, surveying a record of 370,000 employees. InfoTrust earned a spot in the final list, one of only seven Ohio-based companies to do so. To see the full 2020 list, click here.
This is InfoTrust’s third appearance on the Inc. Best Workplaces list, having also been given the nod in 2017 and 2019. In March, InfoTrust was also named to the “Inc. 5000 Series: Midwest” list, a ranking that placed the company among the 250 most successful private companies in the region. This comes after being named to the national Inc. 5000 list for five consecutive years (2020 list not yet announced).
Best Employers in Ohio
In 2019, Crain’s Cleveland Business named InfoTrust the best small/medium-sized employer in Ohio. Now in 2020, InfoTrust has again been honored by the business publication (in partnership with Best Companies Group) with inclusion on the 2020 Best Employers in Ohio list. We are honored to share that again in 2020, we have been named the best small/medium-sized employer in Ohio. To see the full 2020 list, click here.
InfoTrust has appeared on the Best Employers in Ohio list for four years now.
Maintaining ‘Best Place to Work’ Status in a Tumultuous 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has greatly impacted the way our team goes about work. However, we strive as an organization to support each team member as much as possible, implementing a work-from-home policy in March. To give our team members, their families, and our clients peace of mind, InfoTrust CEO Alex Yastrebenetsky announced a 3-month-long “No-Layoff Pledge” in April—then doubled down in May to extend the pledge through Oct. 1, 2020. The No-Layoffs Pledge promises to employees that the company will not furlough or lay off any team member during what has been, and likely will continue to be, a challenging economic period for the world.
The InfoTrust team also chose to take action in the fight against COVID-19, kicking off its “Superheroes Wear Masks” campaign in late March. This crowdsourcing effort aimed to provide personal protective equipment (PPE) to those on the frontlines of the fight against this pandemic.
Finally, the InfoTrust team continues to stand for gender equality in the workplace. The company has maintained a near-50% male-to-female employee ratio—a rarity in the technology industry. InfoTrust took things one step further in May by sponsoring the DAA’s 2020 Digital Analytics Compensation and Benefits Survey, which aims to measure compensation levels, identify typical benefits, and determine to what degree various factors drive earnings and perceived value with employers in the U.S. and internationally. Results and key findings from this survey will be announced at the Digital Analytics Association’s virtual OneConference event in October 2020. Our hope is that this survey will provide our entire industry with an unbiased, transparent look at compensation, benefits, and potential pay disparities that can and should be corrected.
As we enter the second half of 2020, our team will continue to grow and improve our company culture for our team members, their families, and the communities in which they live and work. If you’re interested in joining us at InfoTrust, visit the careers page of our website to view open positions.