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(Los Angeles, CA) October 31, 2018— 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 the HR Technology company Energage®. The Top Company Cultures list has placed Payscout as #64 in the small companies 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. “Earning placement on Entrepreneur’s Top Company Cultures List again is a tremendous honor and an achievement for which our entire team truly 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 by accident. They happen because leaders understand how to create excellent working environments, and how to make everyone share the same mission,” says Jason Feifer, editor in chief of Entrepreneur magazine. “Our 2018 Top Company Cultures list is a great celebration of companies that are doing it right, and should serve as inspiration for everyone who leads a team.”
The full list, presenting a total of 150 companies categorized as small, midsize or large companies—with 74 or fewer employees, 75-299 employees and more than 300 employees respectively— is available on Entrepreneur.com.
“Becoming a Top Company Cultures winner isn’t something an organization can buy,” said Doug Claffey, CEO of Energage. “It’s an achievement organizations have to work for. Based on our decade of research, we have come to view workplace culture is the only remaining sustainable competitive business advantage. Great strategies can be copied, but culture cannot.”
Employees took online surveys, and the honorees were determined and ranked based solely on their survey feedback scores. Each company was measured in response to 24 questions on subject matters such as connection, alignment, effectiveness, leadership and management, as well as basics such as pay, benefits and flexibility.