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CluneTech Wins Special Great Place to Work Team Award

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By Chamber Press Office, 23 March 2023

Software technology group CluneTech has been officially recognised as one of the Best Workplaces in Ireland™. CluneTech was listed as the 17th Best Large Workplace in Ireland at the annual Great Place to Work Awards on Wednesday 22nd February 2023. This is CluneTech’s 8th consecutive year to be named as a top Irish workplace, which is based on direct feedback from employees, provided as part of an extensive and anonymous survey about the workplace experience. This was a notable year for the Best Workplaces Awards, as it is the first time that 100 companies were recognised.

Speaking about the recognition, CluneTech Founder and CEO, Terry Clune, said:

Being recognised as one of Ireland’s Best Workplaces for eight years running is an achievement that myself and the leadership team are incredibly proud of. I would like to sincerely thank each and every one of our employees as without their ongoing support and feedback, we simply wouldn’t be where we are today. Behind every Great Place to Work is truly magnificent people and I can’t wait to see where the next 8 years take us.”

CluneTech also won the Team Award due in large part to their Great Place to Work Team, which consists of volunteers from all areas across the group. Essentially, they are the voice of the employees, ensuring that their views are brought to management. Their aim is to promote positive change through a happier work environment, both now and in the future. 

Commenting on the special award, Rachael O’Shea, Head of Employee Experience at CluneTech, said: 

At CluneTech, we’re dedicated to creating the best possible work environment for our people. The consistent way they share their thoughts and suggestions on what we could be doing better truly illustrates the trust they have in us to turn their feedback into tangible change.

Over the years that change has seen drastic, but immensely positive improvements across our business. I’ve seen first-hand how our #OneTeam culture has truly transformed into something that not only puts our people first, but ensures that everyone, regardless of where in the world they are, can enjoy a second-to-none work-life balance.”

Cathal Divilly, CEO of Great Place to Work® Ireland said: 

At Great Place to Work we are thrilled to be recognising 100 organisations for the first time this year. These organisations, representing a wide range of different industries, showcase the exemplary talent in Ireland at present. They have adapted and overcome numerous hurdles over the past few years and continue to show that they are putting their company culture and employees at the forefront of their organisation’s priorities. 

The coming year may bring challenges, but these organisations have continually shown resilience in the face of adversity, and with the remarkable culture they have built I am confident they will continue to do what is best for their employees and demonstrate exceptional leadership. Ireland’s Best Workplaces should be very proud of their achievement and have shown once again that working on the basics and committing to improving company culture and employee feedback can and will bring success.

I’d like to take the time to congratulate all of Ireland’s Best Workplaces 2023 and look forward to seeing their progression over the next year!"

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