According to Great Place to Work a great workplace is one built on trust. A workplace where employees trust the people they work for, have pride in what they do and enjoy the people they work with.
“At Enfo we’ve worked hard to create a supporting yet professional working environment with an open encouraging culture. We solve our customer’s business challenges with an energetic and engaged attitude and most importantly, we do that in a warm, fun and friendly atmosphere,” says Malin Ung, Senior Vice President, HR.
“We are nearly 1000 highly skilled talents at Enfo and I’m proud of the work we have done together! This listing is a fantastic success and it shows that we are on the right track. We will continue to build a workplace where you can enhance your skills, be yourself, laugh with your colleagues and feel you are respected as an individual.”
The aim of the research is to find out how the employees feel about their workplace as well as the key management structures that are needed to build and maintain a good workplace.
“Enfo’s corporate culture draws from strong team spirit. They understand the importance of people as builders of the organization’s success and are inspired by the shared way of working – the Enfo Way. According to our research, people at Enfo enjoy friendly atmosphere and they feel that they are treated as individuals who are willing to make great effort to reach mutual goals,” says Anna Rautiainen, consultant, Great Place to Work.
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Enfo is a Nordic IT service company offering business solutions, financial processes and managed IT services. Our passion is helping customers transform their business in the Digital Dimension. We think beyond tomorrow while taking responsibility for today. Enfo’s annual turnover is EUR 145 million (2014) with approximately 1000 niched experts. For more information visit enfogroup.comhttp://www.enfogroup.com/
Great Place to Work’s annual research is carried out in over 50 countries around the world. Research has been executed in Finland since 2002. The recently published Best Workplaces in Finland lists 50 organizations in Finland. The aim of the research is to find out how the employees feel about their workplace as well as the key management structures that are needed to build and maintain a good workplace. 2/3 of the points given are based on the employee experience and 1/3 is based on the management practices. In 2016, around 48 000 Finnish employees gave their input on the Trust Index employee survey. www.greatplacetowork.fi