Ergo, Ireland’s leading professional IT services company, has won two separate awards in the past week, highlighting its business achievements and enhancing its reputation as a great place to work.
A panel of judges chose Ergo in the Deloitte Best Managed Companies Awards, while its own employees helped rank Ergo as the 8th Best Medium Sized Workplace in Ireland at the 2013 Great Place to Work awards. This is the third year in a row that Ergo have been awarded both accolades.
John Purdy, Chief Executive Officer of Ergo, said “We are delighted to have been singled out for two prestigious awards in the last two weeks. Ranking 8th in the Great Place to Work Awards and being recognised as a Deloitte Best Managed Company is a tremendous accomplishment and is testament to the commitment, dedication and hard work of our employees over the last year.”
Head of Human Resources at Ergo, Siobhán Ryan, said that winning these awards are indicative of how Ergo are continually improving and growing. “Awards like these enable us engage further with our existing team and allow us to enhance our reputation in the marketplace. Climbing 10 places on the list illustrates how we have utilised the program to effect change and improvement within Ergo.”
Speaking about the Deloitte Best Managed Companies award, John Purdy outlined how Ergo have worked to maintain the standards which first won them the award three years ago.”The judging panel continues to be impressed with our ability to adapt and change on a continual basis, our ambition to grow in new markets and our commitment to serving the customer.”
Winning the Best Medium Sized Workplace award was entirely down to the company’s employees. According to the Great Place to Work Institute, 84 per cent of Ergo employees responded to a survey where the participation rate is usually closer to 70 per cent, indicating a high level of interest and engagement - a ringing endorsement of the company’s workplace practices. Siobhán Ryan talks about how the program facilitates on-going development within Ergo. “The importance of this process and the feedback learned cannot be underestimated. Our people are our best asset and are key to our success. We will continue to invest considerable time and effort in maintaining the right culture in our organisation.”
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