London, UK, 13 January 2021 - Sage (FTSE: SGE), the market leader in cloud business management solutions, announced today it is recognised in four of six Glassdoor Employees' Choice Awards Best Places to Work 2021 country lists.
The lists published by Glassdoor today, uses analysis of voluntary, anonymous company reviews and ratings from current and former employees between October 22, 2019 and October 19, 2020. Sage is one of five employers with more than three wins this year.
Amanda Cusdin, Chief People Officer of Sage, commented: “This recognition is significant as it comes direct from our colleagues who see our values and our efforts to live them across the business up close every day. It helps everyone understand the importance of our commitment to creating an inclusive culture, in which everyone feels they belong. An inclusive culture is vital to our success, as we continue to attract and retain the best talent to help us support customers in adapting and thriving during this unprecedented time and beyond.
“A massive thank you to colleagues for sharing their invaluable feedback. We will continue to listen to, care for and energize colleagues, as we continue to build our culture from the ground up, and remain focused on making Sage a great place to work.”
The Glassdoor Best Places to Work Awards lists Sage in the following lists:
- 1. UK – Ranked 16 in the top 50 large organisations**
- 2. Canada – Ranked 6 in the top 25 large organisations**
- 3. France – Ranked 7 in the top 25 large organisations**
- 4. US – Ranked 12 in the top 50 small/medium US organisations for Sage Intacct***
Sage Intacct was ranked 8th by InHerSight
in its list of 50 Best Places to Work for women as rated by the women who work there. In December 2020, Sage and Susan Duran were also awarded
Women Tech Network’s Diversity in Tech Employer of the Year Award 2020. The award annual recognises up to three honourees in recognition of their outstanding achievements as an employer.
**organisations with over 1000 employees.
***organisations with under 1000 employees, measurement ended Oct 2020 when Sage Intacct was operating as a business unit.
Sage is the global market leader for technology that provides small and medium businesses with the visibility, flexibility and efficiency to manage finances, operations and people. With our partners, Sage is trusted by millions of customers worldwide to deliver the best cloud technology and support. Our years of experience mean that our colleagues and partners understand how to serve our customers and communities through the good, and more challenging times. We are here to help, with practical advice, solutions, expertise and insight.
Glassdoor analysed company reviews and ratings from current and former employees left on Glassdoor submitted between October 22, 2019 and October 19, 2020. To be considered for a specific category, an employer must meet the following requirements during the eligibility time frame:
50 Best Places to Work – U.S. small and medium companies: At least 30 ratings across the eight workplace attributes from U.S.-based employees; fewer than 1,000 employees at the end of the eligibility time frame.
25 Best Places to Work – Canada: At least 25 ratings across the eight workplace attributes from Canada-based employees; at least 1,000 employees at the end of the eligibility time frame.
50 Best Places to Work – UK: At least 30 ratings across the eight workplace attributes from UK-based employees; at least 1,000 employees at the end of the eligibility time frame.
25 Best Places to Work – France: At least 20 ratings across the eight workplace attributes from France-based employees; at least 1,000 employees at the end of the eligibility time frame.
For all categories, an employer must also have at least a 3.5 overall company rating on Glassdoor, and workplace factor ratings (career opportunities, compensation and benefits, culture and values, senior management, work-life balance) of at least 2.5 during the eligibility period. Plus, employee count must be current on Glassdoor as of October 19, 2020. The Glassdoor review panel relies on the company ‘size,’ indicating the current number of global employees, on an employer’s Overview page on Glassdoor to help assess eligibility.
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