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Fuze Wins Q3 2018 Comparably Award for Work-Life Balance

October 04, 2018 by Amanda Maksymiw

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We are proud to announce that Comparably, a culture and compensation data platform, has named Fuze a Q3 2018 winner in the Best Companies for Work-Life Balance category, based on reviews left by Fuze employees on Comparably over the past year. This award adds to our growing list of Comparably accolades, which include:

  • Best CEOs for Women

  • Best Company Managers

  • Best Company for Professional Development

Striving to build a company for the modern worker, Fuze offers unparalleled flexibility to those who choose to join our team. It is our goal to equip our workers with valuable, long-term skill sets that help them grow both inside and outside of work, and to always encourage the members of our Fuze family to achieve their best no matter what the challenge. While acknowledgements from external sources serve as excellent validation of the culture we try to promote, hearing from our employees, the very people who make Fuze such a progressive, dynamic place is something we truly cherish.

This Comparably Award is another proud accomplishment for our team, and it is our mission to continue improving work-life balance and employee satisfaction, keeping these values at the core of our decision-making to ensure that our employees thrive both in the Fuze and the global community.

Learn more about the Comparably Awards and its methodology here. Interested in joining our team? Check out our open positions on our Careers page.

Amanda Maksymiw
Amanda Maksymiw

Amanda is responsible for setting and managing the Fuze content marketing strategy including creating, producing and publishing engaging content. Throughout her career, she's worked with fast-growing tech companies and VCs on developing content marketing, influencer marketing and social media strategies. Amanda received her BBA in Marketing from the Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

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