Devhd has been certified as an “Attractive Employer” by Great Place to Work®. The certification has been awarded in recognition of the company’s credible, fair leadership and active nurturing of its employees. Respect, trust, pride and team spirit are a major part of the company’s culture.
“We are delighted that our employees rated us so highly in an anonymous survey,” says Adrian Herdan, Devhd’s Founder and CEO. “What’s more, the certification provides us with valuable input to continue to develop as an employer. Creating a great work environment strengthens our organizational culture, which in turn positively impacts the results of our work and what we, as a team, can deliver to our clients’.
Devhd scored over 100% in areas such as equal opportunities and inclusion, employee recognition, supportive culture, and interesting and innovative projects.
Employees describe Devhd as a fun place to work where they can be themselves, having access to special benefits and opportunities, and would recommend it to friends and family.
Among the strengths of the company, study respondents indicated that ‘People are treated equally regardless of their race, gender, or age’ (100%), ‘Management genuinely seeks and responds to suggestions and ideas’ (100%), ‘People are encouraged to balance their work and personal life’ (93%), and that ‘My work has a special meaning, this is not just a job’ (86%).
The Great Place to Work® Certification recognizes employers who create an outstanding employee experience. The certification was awarded based on a vetted procedure through independent, anonymous feedback from employees.
Questions included opinions regarding the work environment, the level of security at work, benefits received, inclusion and equal opportunities, and the management and culture of the company.
Devhd team members benefit from competitive industry salaries, working in a remote-first setting that encourages both accountability and better work-life balance. In 2022, Devhd grew its workforce by 40%, and it aims to further expand the team by 25% this year.