Taking 21st place on the list which was officially released this week, Kaizen is delighted to be featured and continues to strive towards better work-life balance for all its employees.
Currently, Kaizen offers a number of benefits including 30 days of holiday, ability to work from home, training budgets, regular massages, flexible working and a number of social events throughout the year.
Kaizen’s CEO & Founder, Pete-Reis Campbell, commented:
“We’re absolutely thrilled to be announced as one of the Best Places to Work in 2020. Starting Kaizen six years ago, the growth of the team has been instrumental to our success, and so making the workplace environment enjoyable is something we strive towards and aim to improve over the years to come.”
Reflecting on the award, we’d like to thank everyone at Kaizen for their continued hard work and making it such a great place!
You can read the full Campaign Best Places to Work 2020 report here.
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