Our employees have spoken. Element Logic is once again certified by Great Place to Work – now in 7 different markets: Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, United Kingdom, USA, and Colombia.
Great Place to Work is a worldwide employee survey measuring employee satisfaction. Credibility, respect, fairness, pride, and community are the five dimensions that are measured. For a workplace to participate in the survey, it`s required to be a minimum of ten employees. To get the certification, a Trust Index score of 70% is required.
“I am very glad that all markets that were able to participate got certified as Great Place to Work”, says Group CEO in Element Logic, Dag-Adler Blakseth.
“In Element Logic we aim to be a people-centered organization where we can grow and have fun together. These certifications show that we are on the right track, but we will also use the survey results to find areas for improvement”, Blakseth adds.
Element Logic was established in 1985 but has in recent years seen very strong growth. Only in 2022, Element Logic went from 250 to 770 employees. That is a threefold increase in one year!
CEO of Great Place to Work Norway, Jannik Krohn Falck is impressed by the high score of Element Logic`s work environment – especially given their rapid growth.
“Element Logic has succeeded in developing a good and efficient culture, across countries and while multiplying their number of employees in one year. This is a solid achievement, driven by management and employees who know that culture is crucial to success”, says Falck.
To work strategic with the workplace culture will only become increasingly important in the time to come, according to CEO in Element Logic, Dag-Adler Blakseth:
“We have many new faces every month, and our company is being present in a growing number of different markets. Therefore, it`s more important than ever to bring our company together, to gather around our common values, to continue developing the Element Logic workplace culture where we all can grow and have fun together”, Blakseth says.