Koda Capital Achieves Top Ten Ranking In AFR’s 2021 Best Places to Work
20 Apr 2021
Today the Australian Financial Review, in partnership with leading Australian innovation consultancy Inventium, published the best places to work across Australia and New Zealand.
The assessment behind the rankings was made up of an employee survey and a written submission, with questions relating to policies, practices and programs that exist within each nominated organisation to support and get the best out of the entire team. The methodology is underpinned by Inventium’s Workplaces of the Future framework, which identifies ten key factors that are critical to employees feeling motivated and engaged at work and is supported by extensive research.
Koda ranked #8 in the banking, superannuation and financial services category. The full story and rankings was published in BOSS magazine and on afr.com on 21 April 2021. You can also read more about Koda’s ranking on afrbestplacestowork.com.
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