Highlight Your Company Culture & Accolades in Public Earnings Calls

Telling your story is critical. Comparably can help amplify your company’s message to the most important people that make your business what it is today: employees, investors, board members, partners, and customers.

Our Customers Include

  • ADP
  • Uber
  • HubSpot
  • salesforce
  • GoDaddy
  • Stanley Black and Decker

How We Help Leaders Tell Their Story

Awards and honors, as well as customer and employee sentiment in online public review sites, ultimately get tied into a company’s reputation. This affects the decision making of key stakeholders and candidates. See how public companies in a variety of industries share their accolades on earnings calls.

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Patrick Pacious | CEO | (NYSE: CHH)
Patrick Pacious
Choice Hotels Award
I'm proud to say that our culture of diversity, equity and inclusion is being recognized. We recently have been named one of the Best Employers For Diversity by Forbes, the best place to work for LGBTQ equality by the Human Rights Campaign for the eighth consecutive year, and one of the best places to work for people with disabilities, earning a perfect score on the Disability Equality Index. I'm also deeply honored to have been named one of the best CEOs for women employees by Comparably.(Source: The Motley Fool)
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Brian Halligan | CEO | (NYSE: HUBS)
Brian Halligan
Hubspot Award
One of the things that's critical to scaling a company in today's day and age is attracting and retaining great talent. This is an area we've invested tremendously in over time. We've won numerous awards on this front over the years, but I was particularly pleased to see last quarter that we were named the No. 1 place to work for employee happiness in the U.S. by Comparably. Thrilled about that.(Source: The Motley Fool)
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Anand Eswaran | President/COO | (NYSE: RNG)
RingCentral Award
“Attracting and retaining a strong and diverse pool of talent is so wanted to our long-term success, and it is a priority for our management team. On that note: congratulations to Vlad for recently being named among the top two CEOs for diversity, and among the best CEOs for women, in the annual Comparably survey covering 60,000 organizations.(Source: The Motley Fool)
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Martin Migoya | CEO | (NYSE: GLOB)
Martin Migoya
Globant Award
Globant has also won two Comparably Awards for Best Company Culture and Best Company for Diversity. Comparably releases a set of awards each quarter, celebrating top rated companies and their leaders, based on assessments by employees. These recognitions are a result of our commitment to our Globers. We take great pride in creating a workplace where people enjoy coming to every day that is being recognized by the community.(Source: The Motley Fool)
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Henry Schuck | CEO | (NASDAQ: ZI)
Henry Schuck
ZoomInfo Award
I continue to be impressed and thankful for the great team that we've put together to go after the opportunity in our market. We continue to virtually onboard hundreds of new employees each quarter, and we're doing it in a way that truly connects them to our culture. Our commitment to providing a great place to work was recently recognized with Comparably naming us one of the top 25 workplaces in the country for happiest employees.(Source: Seeking Alpha)

Leveraging all the great stories of current verified employees and customers is key to building a growing company.

A Higher Reputation Translates into Action

An excellent reputation activates consumer behavior. According to research and statistics, reputation is a predictive metric of support:

Investors look at where your CEO ranks in approval ratings.

is the average CEO approval rating in the U.S.
(Source: Comparably, 2020)

Reviews are a valuable tool for investors:

of people trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations
(Source: Harvard Business Review, 2018)

Higher reputation translates into action:

of people are more willing to buy, vs 9% with negative reps
(Source: 2020 Global RepTrack Study)

Thought Leaders Leveraging Their Wins