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Very Named a Finalist in Best Places To Work Award Program

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Very Marketing Team

May 18, 2022
2 min read

We’re thrilled that the Business Intelligence Group named Very a finalist in the 2022 Best Places to Work awards!

“People-forward,” “freedom,” “ownership,” and “community” are some of the terms employees use to describe the Very work environment. This sentiment is echoed in recent recognition by the Business Intelligence Group, which named Very a finalist in the 2022 Best Places to Work awards.

The Best Places to Work award program identifies organizations doing all they can to improve performance by challenging their employees in fun and engaging work environments. To be considered a finalist, companies must have an overall score that meets or exceeded the 2022 benchmark.

One of Very’s core values is ‘Investing in Our People.’ We believe that you can create community and connectivity in a fully distributed environment that takes care of our people both professionally and personally. When a company prioritizes people, many other aspects of business fall into place. Our team described Very as ‘people-forward’ – and I couldn’t have said it better myself.

Jessica Begley
Very’s Head of People

Other finalists include: AdCellerant; Amivero; AnalyticsIQ; AuditBoard; Biosero; Chatmeter; Circa; Cordial; Cynet; DermaConcepts; Fluxon; Hubilo Technologies Inc.; Hunters; MTI; Netography; NewtonX, Inc.; Talent Resources; Thirdera; TimeXtender; TrackTik; Trust Point; Userful Corporation; YCharts; and ZenBusiness.

About Business Intelligence Group

The mission of the Business Intelligence Group is to recognize talent and superior performance in the business world. Unlike some other industry and business award programs, business executives with experience and knowledge judge the programs. The organization selectively measures performance across multiple business domains and then rewards those companies whose achievements stand above those of their peers. Visit their site to learn more.