Origina earns Great Place To Work™ certification.
We don’t usually talk about ourselves much in our blogs.
But this news is too good to keep quiet.
We are happy to announce that both of our main offices — in Dublin, Ireland, and in Plano, Texas, — have been officially designated as a “Great Place To Work.”
In case you don’t know, Great Place To Work™ certification recognizes employers who create an outstanding employee experience and foster positive work environments.
What makes it even better is that this designation is based on what our employees have to say about the company.
“Successfully achieving certification in both Ireland and the U.S. is excellent validation of the culture we have built,” says Origina Human Resource Director Ross Lowe. “We are passionate about creating a great place to work, fostering an environment that people truly want to be a part of, and striving to achieve something special.”
“We are passionate about creating a great place to work, fostering an environment that people truly want to be a part of, and striving to achieve something special.”
By the numbers
An astonishing 94% of our team members around the globe submitted their responses to a survey that measures employee trust in their leadership and in the general corporate culture, which the Great Place To Work organization views as the foundation of building a successful workplace.
The results of these core indicators — pride, camaraderie, fairness, credibility, and respect —help build actionable insights to sustain and grow positive corporate culture.
Here is a quick sampling of our stats.
Management trusts people to do a good job.
People here are treated fairly regardless of their gender.
I’m proud to tell others I work here.
People care about each other here.
We’re proud to say Origina has a culture that is true to its values of trust, fairness, relationships, and opportunities. You can feel it from the first day you start here and every day afterward.
“Our values aren’t just words on a wall,” Lowe adds. “We’re dedicated to a positive employee experience, and this shines through the way we welcome our new team members, how we treat each other, and from the commitment the organization makes to our employees.”