Ripple ranked among the best places to work in the Bay Area according to Fortune.

The Great Place to Work ranking is based on the experiences and feedback of employees about their workplaces. The data is collected to determine how companies can improve based on specific needs. To conduct the analysis, a Trust Index survey is used to gather qualitative and quantitative information about what makes a good workplace. This allows employees to share their feedback about their employers.

Ripple recently expressed their appreciation for the recognition in a tweet on its official Twitter page.

We’re honored to be recognized by @FortuneMagazine in their roundup of the #BestWorkplaces in the Bay Area. Thank you for the recognition!

— Ripple (@Ripple) June 12, 2023

The survey gathers information about how accessible and trustworthy the company’s leaders are, how employees are treated and appreciated, how they see their pay in relation to the workload, the structure and pattern for promotions, if the company has opportunities for growth, if they are proud of their work, and if they enjoy it, among many other factors.

The employees’ feedback is analyzed using various criteria to form the ranking. After receiving 1.3 million responses from companies with more than 7 million employees in 2022, the agency garnered close to 100,000 replies, from which they chose the companies that should rank as Fortune’s Best Workplaces in the Bay Area in 2023.

95% of Ripple’s Employees Have a Conducive Work Environment

Most of Ripple’s employees, about 95% of the company’s workforce, agree that Ripple provides a conducive work environment. This high percentage is a big deal compared to responses from a typical workplace in the United States, which are usually around 57%.

Some of the comments made by Ripple’s employees include being able to take time off work when necessary, the freedom and independence the company grants them, the facilities provided by the company to create a comfortable workplace, and the honesty and positive ethics among the management.

Ripple’s ranking of 8 out of 75 companies reveals a lot about its culture. First, it is an improvement over last year’s ranking of 34 out of 100 medium-scale best companies to work with. The company also boasts of creating a work environment that enables employees to be the best versions of themselves while also being a ground for learning and career development. The blockchain payment provider sells itself as a workplace that values its employees and has the facilities to help them bring out their real selves as they carry out innovative tasks.

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