Great Place to Work® Names WorkRamp One of the Fortune Best Workplaces for Women™ in 2022
September 27, 2022
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San Francisco, Calif. — Great Place to Work® and Fortune magazine have honored WorkRamp as one of the 2022 Best Workplaces for Women. This is WorkRamp’s first time being named to this prestigious list, coming in at 9th place this year. Earning a spot means that WorkRamp is one of the best companies to work for in the country.
To determine the Best Workplaces for Women, Great Place to Work analyzed the survey responses of over 640,000 women who work for Great Place to Work-Certified™ companies that employ at least 50 women. Companies must also have at least 20% of non-executive managers who are women and at least one executive who’s a woman. In the Great Place to Work survey, 100% of WorkRamp’s employees said WorkRamp is a great place to work. This number is 43% higher than the average U.S. company.
“We are grateful and honored to be recognized as one of the best workplaces for women,” says Ted Blosser, CEO and Co-founder of WorkRamp. “We take pride in creating a culture that embraces diversity and gender equality. Through our strong Womxn of WorkRamp employee resource group, mentorship programs, generous leave policies, and personal and professional L&D opportunities, we are committed to investing and empowering women.”
WorkRamp is a people-first organization and is committed to building a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace. The only way to empower every professional to truly reach their fullest potential is to ensure everyone feels safe, valued, heard, and ultimately has an equitable opportunity to succeed. WorkRamp will always work to make its work environment a place where every and all employees belong.
WorkRamp invests in its employees by offering:
- Womxn of WorkRamp (WOW), an ERG for female-identified employees
- Mentorship program
- Carrot Fertility, a comprehensive global fertility benefits provider
- Self-care days
- Generous paid parental leave
- Annual Professional Development Stipend
- And more
“I’ve been in SaaS sales for 10 years, and I’ve unfortunately heard over and over how hard it is to hire women in leadership and upmarket sales roles. But right now at WorkRamp, 5 of our 6 VPs are women. Our VP of Sales is a woman, and so are 3 of her 5 direct reports in sales management. So we’ve done the work here to hire and promote smart, capable, amazing women as well as men, and we know it’s not impossible, and more importantly, we know it’s worth it. When a tech environment is inclusive, it creates a supportive, empowering company culture that drives employees to show up every day and do their best work,” says Danielle Scott, Senior Director of Enterprise Sales.
“I am exceptionally proud of the active stance WorkRamp takes in elevating, celebrating, and promoting women to leadership positions. It’s incredible to say that 5 of our 6 VPs are women and that their voice carries weight,” says Jen Scopo, Manager, Instructional Design.
“Beyond the daily benefit of having so many women in leadership, the circumstances that are specific to women’s issues aren’t swept under the rug. Our team has worked very hard to ensure that healthcare benefits directly support women, our “Women of WorkRamp” Employee Resource Group regularly finds creative ways to build allyship and celebrate the team, and our CEO has directly called out real-world challenges women are facing and actively encourages the team to tend to their mental health as a result.”
The Fortune Best Workplaces for Women list is highly competitive. It’s the only company culture award in America that selects winners based on how fairly women say they’re treated at their workplace. Great Place to Work measures the differences in women’s survey responses with those of their peers and assesses the impact of demographics and roles on the quality and consistency of women’s experiences.
“Congratulations to the Best Workplaces for Women and their commitment to ensuring equity for women at every level of the organization,” says Michael C. Bush, CEO of Great Place to Work. “These companies showed up for women in new ways to help them cope with challenges they face wherever they are—both inside and outside of work. Women in these companies are seen, heard, and valued.”
Great Place to Work, the global authority on workplace culture, determines its lists using its proprietary For All™ methodology to evaluate and certify thousands of organizations in America’s largest ongoing annual workforce study, based on over 1.1 million survey responses and data from companies representing more than 7 million employees this year alone.
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WorkRamp’s Previous Achievements
- Great Place to Work® Certified August 2022-August 2023
- Named Among Best Workplaces in Software by Inc. Magazine for 2022
- Ranked #873 on this year’s Inc. Magazine 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America.
- Named a 2022 Y Combinator Top Company
- #1 Top-Rated LMS by The Motley Fool
- JMP Securities Hot 100 Startups: The best privately held software companies 2022
- #1 on Inc’s 2021 Best Workplaces List for Startups
- Fortune’s Best Places to Work in the Bay Area 2021
- Top 100 fastest-growing SaaS companies of 2020 by SaaS Mag
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About the Fortune Best Workplaces for Women™
Great Place to Work selected the Best Workplaces for Women by analyzing the survey responses of over 640,000 employees who work for Great Place to Work-Certified™ companies that employ at least 50 women. Companies must also have at least 20% of non-executive managers who are women and at least one executive who’s a woman. Company rankings are derived from 60 employee experience questions within the Great Place to Work Trust Index™ survey. Great Place to Work determines its lists using its proprietary For All methodology to evaluate and certify thousands of organizations in America’s largest ongoing annual workforce study, based on over 1.1 million survey responses and data from companies representing more than 7 million employees this year alone. Read the full methodology.
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About Great Place to Work®
Great Place to Work is the global authority on workplace culture. Since 1992, it has surveyed more than 100 million employees worldwide and used those deep insights to define what makes a great workplace: trust. Its employee survey platform empowers leaders with the feedback, real-time reporting, and insights they need to make data-driven people decisions. Everything it does is driven by the mission to build a better world by helping every organization become a great place to work For All™.
September 27, 2022
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