Allied Wallet’s Company Culture is Recognized by Fortune and CNN
Los Angeles, CA: Allied Wallet, a provider of online credit card processing for entrepreneurs and enterprises, was awarded a top 10 position on Fortune.com and Money.CNN.com as one of the Best Workplaces for Millennials in the world.
Allied Wallet was reviewed and surveyed by Great Place to Work, the global authority on high-performance workplace cultures, and awarded the #3 spot on the Best Workplaces for Millennials list for their ability to promote a productive and rewarding work environment.
The companies on the Best Workplaces List were notable for their practices that make young employees feel comfortable and excited about work through meaningful and ethical business practices and generous compensation and benefits.
“Millennials have their unique characteristics, but our research over three decades shows that employees of all ages appreciate high-trust workplaces,” China Gorman, Global CEO of Great Place to Work®, says.
Allied Wallet provides this type of high-trust, positive environment for their team, rewarding employees with vacations, new cars, special events, catered lunches, and amazing benefits and packages that promote their well-being as well as growth in their trade or skill-set.
After being reviewed, Allied Wallet was awarded as the third Best Workplace for Millennials, even surpassing companies like Google and Quicken Loans.
Andy Khawaja, CEO of Allied Wallet, lives by the slogan, “Life is good.” He ensures that this slogan resounds in his offices, providing his employees with the amenities and luxuries that promote happiness and pride in workmanship.
“Happy employees lead to happy customers,” says CEO Khawaja.
Based upon Allied Wallet’s global success in reaching over 100 million users globally and even being voted as the United Kingdom’s #1 Payment Processing Solution Provider, it’s clear that CEO Khawaja’s theorem proves to be true as the company continues to grow at an astounding rate.