The Atlanta Journal-Constitution recently named Oversight a "National Standard of Top Workplaces" for 2020, based on the results of a third-party survey measuring our workplace culture, alignment, execution and connection.
At Oversight, we celebrate successes together, offering an environment where employees work hard, but can be themselves, learn from others, and develop both personal and professional skills. It's been a great recipe for success.
Our values support a culture of empowerment and innovation among our employees. We welcome new ideas, and we encourage them to take initiative and accept ownership for driving improvements. We also demand the transparency needed to drive cross-collaboration.
The positive impact of this shows up in our workplace statistics. In a tight labor market, Oversight has maintained a stellar 4% voluntary attrition rate while we continue to grow rapidly. People come, and they stay because we are doing something special.
"It's exciting to be at a company that's growing, not just in terms of the people or the revenue, but growing with new ideas," says Meg Howe, director of sales, West. "We have a culture of innovation here. One that starts with leadership and extends throughout the organization."
Our culture has been built intentionally to extend innovation and positivity across our organization and to the partners who choose Oversight's spend management platform.
"At Oversight, there is always a focus and a commitment to doing things right," says Tony San Nicholas, manager, client success PMO. "People here go out of their way to develop relationships and nurture them every step of the way. Our customers have good things to say, and I think it's because of the engagement between us."
To everyone who makes Oversight such an exciting and rewarding place to work, and to our clients for helping us foster industry-leading relationships, many thanks for the award and a toast to the exciting innovations ahead in 2020.