Company’s Positive Culture, Emphasis on Collaboration, and Employee Support Earn Sectigo Recognition by NJBiz Magazine
Sectigo, a leading provider of automated PKI management solutions and the world’s largest commercial Certificate Authority (CA), is among a select group of businesses awarded Best Places to Work 2020 in New Jersey, an annual list determined by NJBiz, which recognizes the state’s best employers based on anonymous employee feedback. Sectigo was named a NJBiz 2020 Best Place to Work alongside only 10 Technology companies in the medium-sized business category.
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“There’s really only one authority when it comes to determining a great workplace—a company’s own employees. And that’s just who gave their input to determine the 2020 NJBIZ Best Places to Work,” the NJBIZ editorial staff wrote in the award news.
The Best Places to Work ranking collects candid and confidential insights from employees at small, medium, and large-sized companies, and shares that feedback with management to drive positive change. Sectigo has developed a reputation for being a fast-paced technology company that fosters collaboration and an entrepreneurial mindset. Sectigo employee responses from the NJBiz Best Places to Work survey highlighted the pride each employee has around company contributions, collaboration, and culture—evident not only in the survey responses but also in employee interviews conducted as part of the ongoing We Are Sectigo blog series.
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“Our success in the industry reflects our employees’ commitment to delivering results at the highest level, and we cannot be more pleased with their dedication, contributions, and enthusiasm,” said Bill Holtz, CEO, Sectigo. “This award highlights our company’s strengths, while also helping to attract new talent with the same core values that will continue to drive Sectigo’s success.”
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