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One of the fastest-growing, privately-held companies in the United States, Payscout, Inc., has been ranked #17 on Entrepreneur’s Top Company Cultures list in the medium-sized businesses category.
(Los Angeles, CA) February 23, 2017—Global payment processing provider Payscout, Inc., was recently ranked on Entrepreneur‘s Top Company Cultures list, a comprehensive ranking of U.S.-based businesses exhibiting high-performance cultures created in partnership with culture management software and service provider CultureIQ®. The Top Company Cultures list has placed Payscout as #17 in the medium-sized business category. Payscout is recognized for creating an exceptional culture that drives employee engagement, exceeds employee expectations, and directly impacts company success.
“One of Payscout’s Long-Term Goals is, ‘to be the best place to work in the world,’” said CEO Cleveland Brown. “Entrepreneur’s Top Company Cultures List is a tremendous honor and an achievement for which our entire team deserves credit.”
Payscout’s particular brand of high-performance culture is rooted in the company’s Vision, Mission, Cultural Attributes, and Belief, all of which are regularly reinforced in policies, projects, initiatives, and meetings.
“Great company cultures don’t happen on their own. They’re the result of great leadership, and a conscious effort to make everyone on a team feel engaged and important,” says Jason Feifer, editor in chief of Entrepreneur. “The honorees on our 2017 list are proof that strong cultures make even stronger companies. Entrepreneurs at all levels can draw inspiration from them.”
The full list, presenting a total of 153 companies categorized as small, medium-sized or large companies—with 25-49 employees, 50-99 employees, and more than 100 employees respectively— is available on Entrepreneur.com. Core insights, behaviors, and attributes that have helped to shape the high-performing cultures presented by the top companies are shared alongside practices to help other companies develop their own workplace environments.
“A high-performance culture leads not only to employee engagement but also to measurable business results,” says Greg Besner, founder and CEO of CultureIQ. “These organizations show us that great companies start with great culture.”
The rankings for all companies were determined using CultureIQ’s methodology for measuring high-performance cultures. Employees at each company received a survey of multiple-choice questions and the answers were used to assess a company’s strength across 10 core components of culture–collaboration, innovation and communication to name a few. The companies with the highest scores became the Top Company Culture list in ranking order. To be considered for the ranking, a company must have at least 25 employees, have been founded before Jan. 1, 2015 and be headquartered in the U.S.