“We are proud to be one of the best places to work in Mexico,” said Enrique Cortes Rello, Managing Director of Luxoft Mexico. “We did not join the Great Place to Work scheme to obtain a good ranking for its own sake, we wanted to gather an independent, comprehensive view of how we take care of our employees. The accreditation reaffirms our commitment to our people oriented approach. Here at Luxoft Mexico, we strive to facilitate a relaxed working environment that helps employees to develop their skills and learn from their peers.”
The Great Place to Work Institute recognizes companies for developing workplace cultures where employees are valued. The review process includes a detailed application from each company highlighting policies, stories, and practices that showcase each company’s approach and philosophy and an anonymous employee survey. Companies recognized demonstrate cultures emphasizing respect, pride, fairness, credibility, and camaraderie.
Luxoft (NYSE:LXFT) is a global IT service provider of innovative technology solutions that delivers measurable business outcomes to multinational companies. Its offerings encompass strategic consulting, custom software development services, and digital solution engineering. Luxoft enables companies to compete by leveraging its multi-industry expertise in the financial services, automotive, communications, and healthcare & life sciences sectors. Its managed delivery model is underpinned by a highly-educated workforce, allowing the Company to continuously innovate upwards on the technology stack to meet evolving digital challenges.
Luxoft has approximately 13,000 across 41 cities in 20 countries within five continents, with its operating headquarters office in Zug, Switzerland. For more information, please visit the website.
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