Cloudflare among 100 most loved workplaces in 2023

06 Oct 2023 01:40pm
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KUALA LUMPUR- Cloudflare Inc has been recognised as one of the Top 100 Most Loved Workplaces in 2023, for the second consecutive year based on the research conducted by Newsweek and Best Practice Institute (BPI), a leadership development and benchmark research company.

In a statement, Cloudflare said it is ranked 55th, described as being a Most Loved Workplace giving its teams the choice to work remotely, in-person, or hybrid, with competitive benefits to support them.

Cloudflare also conducted an internal survey of its global team in September, revealing that 92 per cent of employees are inspired by its mission to help build a better Internet and 88 per cent believe that their work is important to the company.

"One of my favourite parts of working at Cloudflare is hearing how passionate our team is about helping our millions of customers protect, connect and scale their businesses.

"We are proud to once again be recognised as a Most Loved Workplace, especially amid today’s competitive economy. Retaining and recruiting top talent is the foundation behind Cloudflare’s mission to help build a better Internet,” said Cloudflare co-founder, president and chief operating officer, Michelle Zatlyn.

Meanwhile, its Head of Recruiting, Scott Tomtania said: "Ensuring that employees feel empowered in their roles and supported by our workplace is a necessity in our minds, knowing that our team members are impacting the Internet at large.”

In the first half of 2023, the company has received close to half a million applicants, nearly a 300 per cent increase from 2022, in which its offer acceptance rate remained at a high rate of 90 per cent.

The rankings and results were determined after surveying more than two million employees from 50 to over 10,000, which includes the United States (US)-based firms and international companies with a strong US presence.

The top 100 companies were evaluated based on employee sentiments and emotions indicating how engaged employees are, how positive they feel about their workplace, and how committed they are to the organisation’s success.
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