TaskUs emerges as clear leader in employee engagement and excellence in company culture

TaskUs, the world’s leading customer experience and business process outsourcing firm for rapidly growing companies, was recently recognized for its exceptional company culture. TaskUs received six industry awards in just the last month.

TaskUs debuted in the top half (#40) of the Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award, recognizing the 100 Best Places to Work in 2019. The Employees’ Choice Awards program is based entirely on input from employees who provide feedback on their jobs, work environments and the company. This year, TaskUs had an impressive 4.3 (out of 5) score on the platform and 99 percent voiced their approval of CEO Bryce Maddock.

Read the full announcement: TaskUs Emerges as Clear Leader in Employee Engagement and Excellence in Company Culture (BusinessWire)

December 21st, 2018|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , , , |

TaskUs’ Jaspar Weir on the social impact sniff test

According to Jaspar Weir, co-founder and president of TaskUs, making a social impact needs to pass the sniff test to determine if the “good” work is truly meaningful or just marketing.

“It’s important that your organization is doing good because it means something to you as an individual and a brand. Most importantly, in my opinion, it should matter to your employees. An authentic passion should drive work that a company does to make a positive social impact.

Read the full article: The Social Impact Sniff Test: Is It Meaningful Or Just Marketing? (Forbes)

April 3rd, 2018|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , , , |

Inc. spotlights TaskUs’ employee-first company culture

Company culture isn’t just a sign you put on the wall or a quote on your website. Company culture needs to be something that is lived every day in order to engage employees to bring their best selves to work, so they can be the best representatives of your brand. According to TaskUs’ co-founder Jaspar Weir, putting employees’ needs before anything else gets the best results.

“Our people are our biggest differentiator, so we have to attract and retain the best employees. To do that, we had to look at the employee experience, because that impacts the customer experience,” says Weir. “We focused on creating more engaging spaces that make it fun to come to work and putting more emphasis on health and wellness.”

Read the full article: How Top Companies Live and Breathe Their Culture Everyday (Inc.)

June 12th, 2017|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , , , |

TaskUs’s Bryce Maddock has 5 tips to spotlight your outstanding company culture

Forbes recently asked Bryce Maddock, CEO and co-founder of TaskUs, about the most effective ways to showcase a company’s culture. Maddock shared five tips on how his company uses social media to showcase its corporate, build employer awareness and attract talent. TaskUs is active on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Snapchat. Last year, the company gained 181,428 followers on social. As a result of these efforts, the company received 33,195 job applications just last year.

“In a social media world, everyone wants an office worthy of Instagram,” says Maddock. “Employees know they are valued when they are seen. More powerful than word of mouth, social media lets people see our offices, group activities and, most importantly, happy employees.”

Read more: These 5 Clever Tricks Can Help Showcase Your Outstanding Corporate Culture (Forbes)

 

February 8th, 2017|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , , |