mnemonic is yet again named one of Europe’s best workplaces by Great Place to Work (GPTW).
An eventful year
Earlier this year, mnemonic won first place in GPTW’s ranking of the best Norwegian workplaces in the category 50-199 employees.
mnemonic’s CEO, Tønnes Ingebrigtsen, then stated this about the year that’s past:
“We have a lot to be proud of! When a company increases its number of employees by over 25%, enters new geographical locations and seeks structural change, you will always expect certain growing pains. We were well-prepared for this, and we have worked actively to ensure that this does not weaken our historically good culture. Instead, we have become even stronger! Therefore, we’re especially proud of our ranking this year.”
During the past year, mnemonic has hired more than 40 security experts, which has led to the company growing out of its office of over 12 years in Oslo. Furthermore, in 2018, mnemonic has changed and strengthened its ownership structure by opening up for all employees to be a part of the ownership of the company, and entering a partnership with the Norwegian investment-company Ferd. mnemonic also opened its first office outside the Nordics, at Canary Wharf in London.
Do you want to join the mnemonic team? We are always looking for talented people. You can look through our vacancies here.
About Great Place to Work
Great Place to Work® identifies the top organisations that create great workplaces in Europe through publishing the annual Best Workplaces in Europe list. The list recognises companies in four size categories: Small (under 50), Medium (50-500), Large (501+), and Multinational. To be considered for inclusion, companies must appear on one or more of our national lists in one of the 19 countries represented on the list and meet our minimum quantitative threshold on the Trust Index© survey. The 2019 Best Workplaces in Europe list is based on data collected for national lists published over the last 12 months.