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Akamai Ranked Among "Best Companies to Work For" in Costa Rica and Central America
Costa Rica |
Cloud services provider named top 10 workplace overall
Akamai Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: AKAM), the leading provider of cloud services for delivering, optimizing and securing online content and business applications, has been recognized as one of the "Best Companies to Work For" in the Costa Rica, Central America and Caribbean region by the Great Places to Work Institute.
Evaluated in the "Under 1,000 Employees" category, Akamai was selected after results were compiled from a Trust Index Questionnaire and Culture Audit. The questionnaire focused on key workplace values like camaraderie and growth opportunities, while the audit reviewed culture practices, policies and programs as well as employee management. Akamai was listed in the top 10 in Central America and top five in Costa Rica. The company also ranked first among the 119 companies in camaraderie, selected based on attention to motivation, collaboration, engagement and fun activities in the workplace.
"We are proud to be represented on the list of the Great Places to Work in Central America and the Caribbean region," said Robert Hughes, president of worldwide operations, Akamai. "This recognition validates our efforts to build an inspiring and rewarding workplace, and the feedback we receive is invaluable as we continue to invest in this important region."
The questionnaire was conducted by the Great Place to Work Institute, witnessed by Grant Thornton International Ltd and certified by Instituto Mexicano de Normalización y Certificación (Mexican Institute of Standardization and Certification), an agency with more than 20 years of experience in certification and assessment.
"For Great Places to Work it is gratifying to be able to recognize companies like Akamai, which distinguish themselves for their commitment to employees and their passion to strengthen the work culture," said Antonio Ono, vice president of Great Places to Work.
With significant demand for its cloud infrastructure solutions within countries including Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru, Akamai's technical services and customer care team in Costa Rica has taken steps to diversify Akamai's world-class support organization.
Akamai's Costa Rica team plans to grow to more than 100 employees by the end of 2015. Employees in Akamai's Costa Rica office speak Spanish and English, and serve in roles including services and support, and network deployment.
Final winner rankings were announced during an awards ceremony Friday in Antigua, Guatemala. More details about the award can be found on the Great Places to Work website.
Great Place to Work® is the leading global research, consulting and training institute that helps organizations identify, create and sustain great workplaces through the development of cultures of High Trust. The Institute works with over 5000 companies, nonprofit organizations and government agencies in over 52 countries around the world.
Akamai® is the leading provider of cloud services for delivering, optimizing and securing online content and business applications. At the core of the Company’s solutions is the Akamai Intelligent Platform™ providing extensive reach, coupled with unmatched reliability, security, visibility and expertise. Akamai removes the complexities of connecting the increasingly mobile world, supporting 24/7 consumer demand, and enabling enterprises to securely leverage the cloud. To learn more about how Akamai is accelerating the pace of innovation in a hyperconnected world, please visit www.akamai.com or blogs.akamai.com, and follow @Akamai on Twitter.