Pulse Secure Recognized as Great Place to Work Certified Company

Pulse Secure, the leading provider of software-defined Secure Access solutions, has been recognized as a Great Place to Work Certified Company.

The company’s employees themselves helped earn the distinction, which is based on an independent survey of the employee experience and an analysis of the culture measured against Great Place to Work’s global benchmark data. Key findings included:

  • 92% said Pulse Secure is a great place to work
  • 97% say people care about each other
  • 98% celebrate special events at the company
  • 95% feel they can “be me”

Other notable findings of the analysis were a successful internship program with a track record of 20% converting to full-time hires.

Great Place to Work conducted an extensive Pulse Secure employee survey and assessed the results against an industry comparative benchmark to achieve “Certified” rated. The Great Place to Work Certification process is based on rigorous benchmarks established by surveys of more than 100 million employees over 30 years. The resulting analytical model is used to evaluate company cultures against the best in the world. Known as the Great Place to Work Trust ModelTM, because trust is the essential element of a great workplace, the same standard process is used to create theFortune 100 “Best Companies to Work For” and other notable lists.

Earlier this year, Pulse Secure was ranked 26th among 2019 Top Workplaces by the Bay Area News Group. That recognition, the second year in a row, was also based on an employee survey conducted externally.

 

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