Zaizi are among the finalists for Computing’s Digital Technology Leaders Awards 2021 in the “Best Place to Work in Digital – SMEs” category.
The award celebrates businesses that “attract, train and retain the brightest and the best digital talent by creating an environment where talent can grow and thrive.” The winners will be announced in October.
Working hard to maintain our culture
Tracey Robinson, the head of people and culture at Zaizi, says she’s “really proud and pleased that Zaizi has been recognised for this award.”
“During the last 16 months, we’ve onboarded over 40 new employees. We’ve worked really hard to maintain our company culture as we grow and especially through the pandemic situation.
“Our staff are at the centre of everything we do; we encourage and embrace their ideas and give them autonomy to work the way they feel they can give their best.
“And we’re on hand to train and support them to help them achieve their goals, which is evidenced by promoting over a dozen employees internally in the last year.”
Amongst top 5 for remote UK jobs
We’ve been making lots of improvements to our working processes and so we’re proud that our work’s recognised. In a recent study, we were picked as one of the best companies for remote jobs in the UK.
This put Zaizi ahead of globally-known multinational companies like Arup and Microsoft.
Our office manager , Martine, was also nominated for ‘Lockdown Legend of the Year’ in the Women In Tech Excellence Awards for the work she’s done organising some fantastic virtual social events.
Take a look at our ‘It’s OK to’ poster to get a window into how the team is always trying to find ways to help and support each other.
If you would like to work for Zaizi, check out our latest positions.
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