Wave makes the 2019 list of Best Workplaces for Inclusion

January 15, 2019
5 minutes read

At Wave we’ve worked incredibly hard to promote an inclusive culture where every employee can thrive. Today, those efforts were rewarded when Wave received a spot on the 2019 list of Best Places to Work for Inclusion.

We’re excited to announce that Wave made the 2019 list of Best Workplaces for Inclusion for the second year in a row. The national competition recognizes employers who lead their industries in offering exceptional and authentic workplaces for their employees.

“At Wave, we help entrepreneurs manage their finances in an environment that is powered by inclusive workplace practices, enabling our more than 200 employees to thrive,” said Kirk Simpson, CEO of Wave.

Like many things, this award is a result of every Waver working together to achieve greatness.

Wave is continually recognized for our strong focus on culture and for providing a safe, fun workplace where everyone can do their best work. Contributing to our recognition as one of a best workplaces for Inclusion, is our inclusivity committee—a group of employees who embrace inclusive practices and volunteer to develop programs and initiatives like our Women in Tech events and Pride celebrations.

“Our commitment to inclusion is infused into our culture and our company values, and it drives our ability to lead with talent and deliver innovative products and services to small business owners around the world,” said Ashira Gobrin, Senior Vice President, People & Culture.

Wave has also been recognized by Great Place to Work as one of the Best Workplaces for Women, Best Workplaces in Technology, and Best Workplaces for Millennials.

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By Haily Moulton

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