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Great Place to Work Best Workplaces for Women

Great Place to Work Best Workplaces for Women

PEAKUP once again finds its place in Turkey’s Great Workplaces for Women List

Great Place to Work®, the only employee experience platform that offers the opportunity to measure employee experience within the corporate culture and is based on 30 years of research data, announced the list of Turkey’s Great Workplaces for Women. PEAKUP received the “Best Workplace for Women” award after being evaluated by its employees in the survey and won all Great Place To Work awards this year.

PEAKUP, which has a young, innovative and highly professional team that carefully follows the developments in the world, won the “Best Employer Award” as a result of the survey evaluated by its employees. PEAKUP also received the Great Place to Work Certificate for the second time and was included in the list of Turkey’s Great Workplaces for Women at the award ceremony held in the past days.

The Great Place to Work Certificate is awarded to companies that have strengthened the culture of trust within the company and are deemed successful by their employees. While creating the “Best Workplaces for Women” 2021 list, GPTW Turkey considers organizations with a trust culture index of at least 80% for all employees and for female employees. PEAKUP, which has taken important steps to ensure that practices to support female employees are a part of their company strategy and to increase motivation and trust within the company, implements many different projects and methods for its employees. Especially during the pandemic, PEAKUP strengthened their communication even more and switched to a hybrid working system, and managed to keep their internal communication at the highest level during this period.  In their offices, where they prioritize fun and comfort in their working environments, there are game machines, resting areas, spaces specially decorated and separated by colors, a conversation and chat area, and a music area consisting of various instruments. The moment you enter the office, you are greeted by neon lights, a Chevrolet model car, a swing, and a friendly young team.

Personal development trainings organized on employee satisfaction and loyalty, flexible rights, practices that increase internal motivation and trust, and career development opportunities offered to employees are among PEAKUP’s investments in human resources.

“Our Investment in Human Resources and Employee Satisfaction is the Source of Our Success”

Stating that there is a great teamwork behind PEAKUP’s rapid growth in a short time, PEAKUP CEO Ahmet Toprakçı said, “The happiness of the team that makes up PEAKUP has always been at the forefront for us. The peace of our working environment, our sense of trust in each other and having an open communication environment has always taken us further. Every decision we have made for our team, every project we have carried out has come back to us in the form of sustainable growth and success. The work we have done and the methods we have applied also show that while we have been awarded the Great Place to Work certificate for two years in a row, we have received one of the most meaningful awards for me, we have taken our place in Turkey’s Great Workplaces for Women List. I would like to thank our wonderful team for their efforts in helping us receive this certificate.”

Senior Human Resources Specialist Fulya Akıncı said, “As a team, our first priority is to ensure that PEAKUP is a peaceful workplace for people. We strive to be a place where people, regardless of the department they are in, can trust each other unconditionally, enjoy their work and most importantly, act with the feeling that “PEAKUP already thinks the best for me”. We have accomplished many achievements so far, but this award is the most precious among them. It is very meaningful to be worthy of this award, especially in these times when issues such as gender inequality are being discussed around the world. We will continue to do our best until the day when there is no need for award categories of this nature.”