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03/30/2022

EnsembleIQ recognized for company culture

Comparably named EnsembleIQ as a “Best Place to Work in Chicago” based on a survey of company employees.

Drug Store News’ parent company EnsembleIQ was recently recognized by workplace culture evaluation firm Comparably for its company culture and leadership.  

Comparably named the company as a “Best Place to Work in Chicago” based on a survey of company employees.

According to the survey, EnsembleIQ received an A level grade for its company leadership, office culture and overall team. Survey analysts also said that 95% of employees look forward to interacting with coworkers, 81% report they are happy with their work-life balance and 95% are proud to be part of the company.  

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“This study clearly shows that EnsembleIQ employees appreciate our positive culture and strong corporate values,” EnsembleIQ CEO Jennifer Litterick said. “Our employees are the foundation of our business, and I am proud to collaborate with them as we drive growth by delivering actionable business intelligence and connections to business professionals and solution providers in the  retail, health care and hospitality markets.”

Comparably awards are derived from sentiment ratings anonymously provided by employees about their workplaces, and the winners are determined based on 20 core culture metrics that range from work-life balance and environment to compensation and career growth.

“An organization’s culture starts at the top,” said Comparably CEO Jason Nazar. “According to feedback from employees at EnsembleIQ, they believe their CEO is an extraordinary leader who is creating an excellent workplace culture.” 

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In recent years, EnsembleIQ has worked to transform itself into a North American business intelligence company. To do this, the company has rebuilt its executive leadership team to include financial, people, operations, content and communications executives.

EnsembleIQ also worked to create a performance-based culture; recruited high performing employees from diverse backgrounds with high levels of information services, technology and emotional intelligence; bolstered morale through new People programs that help connect employees with each other; provided strong leadership development programs; and created a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council.

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