Teleperformance Named to PEOPLE’s Annual List of “100 Companies that Care” for 2022
Teleperformance USA recognized for demonstrating a commitment to caring for their people and their communities
Teleperformance, the global leader in outsourced customer and citizen experience management and related digital services, was named to PEOPLE’s “100 Companies that Care” for 2022. This is the sixth year that PEOPLE has partnered with Great Places to Work to spotlight employers that have gone above and beyond to create positive workplaces for their staff and the community at large. Companies That Care is the only company culture award in America that selects winners based on the level of care and concern for their employees, their communities, and the environment.
Teleperformance was selected for its outstanding community giving activities, noting that Teleperformance employees donated more than US$2 million and more than 2,500 hours to global charities in 2022. The Teleperformance team in the United States supported a wide range of charities, most notably Feed the Children’s programs that supported more than 2,400 families in Texas, Kentucky, Virginia, and Georgia, and a long-standing partnership with the American Red Cross, with whom Teleperformance helped provide food and essentials to 400 military families in need through its Fort Knox, Kentucky branch. Teleperformance employees applauded the company’s commitment to giving back, saying it gave them a sense of pride to contribute to something larger.
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“Taking care of our people is always our number one priority and it is a tremendous vote of confidence to have PEOPLE and Great Places to Work honor us with the ‘100 Companies that Care’ designation.”
“Changing the workplace changes lives,” says Michael C. Bush, CEO of Great Place To Work. “These companies show the impact engaged business leaders can have on their communities. They invest in the well-being of their people where they live and are committed to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.”
“We couldn’t be more proud to be a part of such an esteemed list of U.S. companies, all of which have a strong legacy of community building and employee pride.” said Alan Winters, Chief People Officer and Chief Diversity Officer at Teleperformance Group. “Taking care of our people is always our number one priority and it is a tremendous vote of confidence to have PEOPLE and Great Places to Work honor us with the ‘100 Companies that Care’ designation.”
With a top global priority of people care, over 97% of Teleperformance employees worldwide currently work in independently certified great employer operations. The company welcomes applicants from across the globe to apply for the opportunity to be part of the Teleperformance family. Interested applicants can apply here.
PEOPLE once again partnered with global workplace culture authority Great Place To Work to identify the top U.S. companies that best fit the criteria, analyzing survey responses that represent the experience of more than six million employees. Winning companies score highly on how well they create great employee experiences that cut across race, gender, age, disability status, or any aspect of who employees are or their roles. Great Place To Work also assessed the level of generosity of each organization’s benefits and philanthropic and community support.
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