Award validates Quantum Workplace’s approach to employee success as the key to business success.
OMAHA, Neb. —
Quantum Workplace, a leading employee success platform, as well as the leader in data collection for the nationally recognized Best Places to Work Programs, announced today it was named Best Culture Building Solution in the Employee Experience category of the 2023 HR Tech Awards powered by Lighthouse Research and Advisory.
The HR Tech Awards evaluate HR technology companies that serve employers and employees across the globe. Its rigorous judging panel of independent practitioners, consultants and educators provide input on every submission, analyzing the tools available to organizations to help them attract, develop and retain talent.
“Quantum Workplace software empowers HR leaders to improve employee engagement and drive success with scientifically developed surveys, easy-to-use tools, wellbeing and DEI to support initiatives and expert support,” Lighthouse Research & Advisory Chief Culture Officer George Rogers said. “With the largest engagement database in North America, customers can compare their results and take meaningful action.”
Quantum Workplace’s employee success solutions give HR leaders the tools they need to create an engaging employee experience, inspire impact and high-performing teams, and build a magnetic culture that attracts the best and keeps the best. Successful organizations are reinforcing each and every day that they are committed to employee success. They are constantly understanding, validating, and improving upon their employee experience. They connect employees to the role they play in helping achieve business success. And they optimize their culture strategies for organizational magnetism—to become a place where employees want to stay and talent wants to join.
“Workplaces compete for top talent based on their culture. To create that magnetic culture, organizations need to aim their strategies at employee success,” Quantum Workplace CEO Greg Harris said. “Leaders want employees to be successful and employees want to be successful. It’s an approach the entire organization can get behind. Employee success is not choosing between improving the employee experience, maximizing performance, or building a magnetic culture. It’s about all of it. This is how businesses will navigate the future and achieve business success.”