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BGL announces Great Place to Work recertification

By January 11, 2023August 8th, 2023In the Media, Industry, SMSF Adviser

Software firm BGL has again been certified by the ‘Great Place to Work’ program for the 2022–23 year.

In a recent update, BGL managing director Ron Lesh said BGL is proud to have achieved Great Place to Work recertification for the 2022–2023 year.

Mr Lesh said the certification was a great accomplishment by the BGL team, especially its People and Culture team.

“This certification means a lot to BGL and recognises the constant and consistent effort of our People and Culture Team to provide BGL’s 200+ employees with a safe, inclusive, and friendly work environment. I’m extremely proud of them.”

Great Place To Work Certification recognises employers who create an outstanding employee experience.

Certification involves a two-step process that requires the submission of a comprehensive culture brief, capturing the people practices that make a company brilliant and unique. It also involves an employee experience survey, with questions relating to organisational culture and company leadership.

“BGL can only achieve great goals with inspired and passionate people who are motivated to produce outstanding results for our clients,” continued Mr Lesh.

“So, we work hard to create and foster a workplace culture where everyone is valued and respected.”

BGL chief executive Daniel Tramontana said while software is at the core of what BGL does and the reason why many firms choose to transact with the firm, clients stay with BGL because of its people, community and culture.

“Our people are our greatest point of differentiation, and we are truly blessed with the best,” said Mr Tramontana.

This latest announcement follows other recent accreditations by the company including BGL becoming an accredited Mental Health First Aid Skilled Workplace.

BGL has also been recognised on the Great Place To Work Best Workplaces for Women List and the 2021 AFR BOSS Best Places to Work List as the sixth-best technology workplace in Australia and New Zealand.

With the help of Joel Clapham, founder and chief mental health champ at Hearten Up, BGL has also supported 36 staff to become accredited Mental Health First Aiders.


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