EdCast Recognized by Comparably Among Best Companies for Company Culture
December 14, 2021
Upskilling and Corporate Learning Company Honored for Fifth Year in a Row
Comparably’s awards are derived from 15 million ratings from employees across 70,000 companies, both within and outside of the U.S. EdCast is honored to be recognized for its strong company culture, which was determined based on employee feedback to a combination of workplace culture questions in nearly 20 categories.
EdCast’s company culture centers around encouraging its employees to have a strong culture of excellence, growth and fulfillment.
“Few companies score high enough to make our Best Culture list five years in a row,” says Comparably CEO Jason Nazar. "EdCast's consecutive appearances are a testament to Karl Mehta's leadership and the amount of effort and care that the executive team puts into creating a positive workplace culture for the organization's employees."
“An organization’s culture serves as the cornerstone for teams and employees to achieve their highest potential,” said EdCast’s CEO, Karl Mehta. “That’s why I’m so pleased to see that our relentless focus and investment in a world-class learning culture had such a huge impact on our overall company culture. We are humbled and honored to be recognized as one of the best company cultures by our employees.”
EdCast offers a unified platform delivering learning, skilling and career mobility capabilities to businesses of all sizes. EdCast was founded in 2014, has grown to over 300 employees, and has offices in Silicon Valley, India and the Netherlands. Customers of EdCast include Dell EMC, Diageo, Danone, Standard Chartered Bank, Northrop Grumman, Spotify, Schneider Electric, CHRISTUS Health, ANZ Bank and NASSCOM, among many others.
Cornerstone powers the future-ready workforce with adaptive HR solutions designed to unite technology, data and content and inspire a work environment of growth, agility and success for all. With an AI-powered, skills-forward, experiential system designed for the contemporary workforce, we help organizations modernize their learning and development experience, deliver the most relevant content from anywhere, accelerate talent and career mobility and establish skills as the universal language of growth and success across their business. Cornerstone serves over 6,000 customers and 75M users and is available in 180 countries and 50 languages.
Carolyn Harding, Cornerstone