InMotion Hosting Earns Great Place to Work Certification Two Years In A Row

On May 17, Certification Nation Day, InMotion Hosting, an employee-owned and operated technology business specialized in web hosting, cloud-based solutions, and managed services, is thrilled to be CertifiedTM by Great Place to Work®.

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The coveted award is solely based on what current workers say about their time at InMotion Hosting. This year, 79 percent of employees said it’s a fantastic place to work, which is 22 points more than the national average.

Great Place to Work® is the world’s top expert on workplace culture, employee experience, and the leadership practices that have been shown to yield market-leading revenue, employee retention, and greater creativity.

Todd Robinson and Sunil Saxena, who serve the roles of Co-Founders at InMotion Hosting, had the following to say:

We are thrilled that for two consecutive years, team members rated the environment high in promoting inclusive behavior and avoiding discrimination. This certification is an example of what happens when all team members, regardless of position or title, are supportive and kind to each other.

Great personnel is required for a company to be a Great Place to Work. Earning this honor for the second year in a row demonstrates InMotion Hosting’s team’s ongoing commitment to one another for the company to remain a fantastic place to work.

The following are some of the survey’s highlights: 91 percent believe they can take time off from work when necessary, 89 percent believe they are welcomed when they join the organization, and 86 percent say they are provided with the necessary resources and tools to execute their job.

Job searchers are 4.5 times more likely to discover a great employer in a Certified excellent workplace, according to the Great Place to Work study. Furthermore, employees at Certified businesses are 93 percent more likely to like going to work and are twice as likely to be paid fairly, get a fair portion of the company’s earnings, and have a fair opportunity for advancement.