A great place to work – doing things differently

London, UK, May 25, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The best places to work give people life satisfaction rather than just job satisfaction. Unhappy employees equal unhappy employers. And when an organization is made up of disgruntled individuals, business growth and customers suffer the most.

Putting people first is essential for any organization. Whether it’s helping workers find and pursue their passions, empowering them to take ownership of their work, or bringing people together on a personal level, a great workplace culture ensures success for everyone. Ahead of the curve, in 2006 Digital Marketplace Facility was created with these principles in mind.

“We have worked hard to foster a culture of belonging, honesty, integrity and collaboration,” says Binh An Nguyen, founder and CEO of the company. And 100% of employees at the Adelaide-based digital marketing agency agree that’s exactly what the entire Market Ease team has achieved.

Recently certified as ‘Great place to work’, Market Ease Digital operates on a people-centric mentality. “Our leadership style is to shut up and listen to the needs of our team,” says general manager Luke Harrison. “Internal collaboration is essential, and in meetings we are tough on ideas, but not on each other.”

Today more than ever, creating a great corporate culture is a must within organizations. The recent pandemic has changed the way many businesses operate, and only those who put their employees first have survived.

“To see hard work being recognized in the form of a Great Place to Work certification is great confirmation that we are on the right path,” says Binh. “It reinforces the belief that our company is only as good as our people. A good culture creates happy employees, which creates happy customers, which will ultimately create sustainable business growth. »

To learn more about how Market Ease Digital is leading the way for people-centric organizations to become the new normal, or to work with them, visit the website here.


        

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