Tech firm Workhuman wins Great Place to Work awards
CEO Eric Mosley, from Tallaght, co-founder of Workhuman

Tech firm Workhuman wins Great Place to Work awards

PARK WEST tech firm Workhuman, has won a number of accolades at the Great Place to Work Ireland awards.

The company, with a valuation of over €1 billion is headquartered in Park West and Massachusetts.

Co-founded in 1999 by CEO Eric Mosley, who is from Glenview in Tallaght, and Eddie Reynolds, Workhuman develops software-as-a-service tools for human resources departments to help improve employee engagement and recognition.

The company picked up a Best Large Workplace 2022 (10th consecutive year on the list for Workhuman), Best Workplaces for Women (third consecutive year on the list list), and Best Workplaces in Tech (second consecutive year on the list).

“After two years of disconnection, uncertainty and a lot of Zoom calls, the future of the workplace has been changed forever and one thing is clear, it is more human,” said Steve Pemberton, Workhuman CHRO.

“Workhuman has always prioritised our people and we will always ensure that they feel connected, supported, heard and appreciated. These accolades are a great validation of our mission to bring more humanity to the workplace and we are proud to provide a great place to work for our 1,000 employees, and for our future humans.”

For more than 20 years, Workhuman has been building more human workplaces for organisations around the world.

The company, which achieved unicorn status in 2020 with a valuation of €1bn, reported turnover of €604.45m for 2020.

Formerly known as Globoforce, the software firm operates employee reward and incentive schemes for some of the world’s biggest companies – clients including Biogen, Cisco, LinkedIn, Procter & Gamble, JetBlue Airways and KPMG.

In addition to the workplace-focused awards, Workhuman co-founder and CEO Eric Mosley was named in the CEO 100 Index 2022 list by Business & Finance Ireland.

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