BENTONVILLE, Ark.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--RevUnit, a custom data and analytics product development company, was recently named to Inc. Magazine's annual Best Workplaces list for 2022. The list includes 475 U.S.-based companies who have created exceptional workplaces and company cultures — whether operating in person or remotely.
“Everything starts with the people that choose to be a part of our company story,” said Michael Paladino, RevUnit’s co-founder and CEO. “When we started this company, we had the intention of building a different kind of workplace — one where people wanted to show up and do their best. So our company culture is not just something we invest in, it’s foundational to the way we run our business."
RevUnit was selected in part for its flexible work locations and hours, monthly stipend for employees, and personal growth plans to support career progression. Employee achievements are celebrated through regular activities and awards, as well as at bi-annual all-hands meetings. These meetings are a time for employees to come together from across the country to celebrate their successes, renew commitment to the company’s values, and build relationships needed to thrive day-to-day.
“As a services-based company, how we work with our clients, and each other, is what makes us different.” adds Chief People Officer Tabitha McFadden. “It's why clients come back to us for more work, why they recommend us to their peers, and why employees want to work here. Empathy is fundamental to us, so we focus on developing a ‘third culture’ — making RevUnit and client teams feel connected and working towards the same goals.”
As a distributed company, RevUnit continually adapts to the needs of the growing remote workforce with top-tier digital tools for collaboration, “random coffees” where co-workers get to know one another no matter where they are, and in-person events.
To learn more about RevUnit and its values, visit https://www.revunit.com/careers.
RevUnit is a data technology studio focused on building data strategies, products, and visualizations to get operational insights into the hands of employees, faster. They've tackled data initiatives — from custom analytics software to data innovation labs — for companies like Walmart, Tyson, and Hyatt.