It has been announced that iGaming software developer Greentube, part of Novomatic, has been awarded a certificate from Great Place to Work – an organisation established to create ‘high performing’ working environments, whereby staff are valued and trusted, which in turn leads to increased productivity and retention.
According to reports, this is the second certification that the iGaming developer has received from Great Place to Work, an accolade that Greentube is proud of in light of the current climate, which affirms the company’s commitment to ensuring satisfaction of team members.
Greentube is a modern casino game developer, known for its popular games such as Book of Ra Deluxe, Lucky Lady’s Charm Deluxe and Sizzling Hot Deluxe among others, and its values and ethos are echoed across all of its workplaces, including in Austria, USA, Malta and Slovakia.
In order to receive the award, the software developer has undergone a series of surveys from staff, along with a company ‘culture audit’ that looks closely at the firms human resources measures and procedures.
This certification reinforces Greentube’s trust in its team members and shows that staff take pride in their workplace, which in turn translates to the company’s performances and output on the market.
A spokesperson for Greentube commented on the certification and outlined what it means for the brand:
Receiving this award is further confirmation of the fantastic work being done at every level within the company to ensure Greentube’s employees are not just satisfied, but are happy and healthy in every aspect of their jobs.
The feedback received from this survey will further help us to continue to improve our set of standards that drive company culture and ensure that Greentube remains a great place to work.
Great Place to Work is a global organisation that uses insights from around 10k different companies from around the world in order to measure and record performance of both the firm and its staff members, along with providing advice on team member engagement improvements.