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i4cp Awarded Top 25 Best companies for Remote Workers in 2023

Seattle, WA – i4cp, a leading human capital research firm, is delighted to announce that it has been named one of the Top 25 Best Companies for Remote Workers in 2023 according to Quartz, marking its third consecutive appearance on this prestigious list.

In a rapidly evolving work landscape where remote work has become the norm, i4cp continues to prioritize the well-being and productivity of its employees vs. where an employee is physically located. This recognition by Quartz reflects the company's commitment to creating a flexible and supportive work environment that empowers its workforce to thrive, whether in the office or remotely.

"We are honored to once again be recognized by Quartz as one of the Best Companies for Remote Workers," said Kevin Oakes, CEO of i4cp. "This achievement underscores our ongoing commitment to doing what’s right for the individual in order to create the healthiest organizational culture. As we navigate the changing landscape of work, we remain dedicated to fostering a remote work culture that promotes employee engagement and success, and that mirrors what our research shows are next practices for high-performance organizations."

i4cp has continued to be at the forefront of researching work model policies since the onset of the pandemic.

  • In its popular 2021 study From Cube to Cloud, i4cp found that 49% of larger companies reported that their organizational culture improved during the pandemic—versus only 17% that said the opposite—indicating strong benefits of remote and flexible work.
  • In 2022, as organizations increasingly began to return employees to the office, i4cp released Flexibility or Flight, a global study that examined how companies were continuing to embrace flexibility. The research showed that high-performance organizations were 3x more likely to provide employees flexibility to choose where they could work, the number of days worked in a given setting, and the times of day work is done.
  • This year, with approximately 2/3 of employees working at least some days in the office, i4cp’s study The Productivity Predicament explored the connection between workforce productivity, culture, and trust—and the impact return to office policies had on all three. The research found that citing collaboration, culture, or productivity as a reason to return to the office was negatively correlated to market performance.

The selection process for Quartz's Best Companies for Remote Workers is highly competitive and evaluates various criteria, including remote work policies, employee feedback, benefits, and overall remote work experience. i4cp's consistent presence on this list is a testament to its dedication to providing a fit culture for all i4cp employees and associates.

For more information about i4cp and its remote work research, please visit i4cp.com.