NMI is happy to announce that we have received the highly prestigious SPARKies award for the Best Place to Work in Tech 2020.
For the 8th consecutive year and after receiving a record number of nominations, TechSpark shined a virtual light on the very best people, products and companies that make up the tech sector in Bristol, Bath and the broader West of England region in an all-new virtual awards ceremony. The Best Place to Work in Tech award is awarded to the company that the judges believe has gone the extra mile, above and beyond for all those that work for them.
NMI had to adapt to a new way of working in 2020 and transitioned employees to work safely from home ahead of Government mandates. The company went from having 11 employees working remotely, to the entire organisation of approximately 210 employees across the US and UK transitioning to working from home within 48 hours with no disruption to service.
NMI has a ‘People First’ culture and immediately focussed on the wellbeing of their staff by setting up a weekly all-company meeting called the ‘fireside chat’ and started weekly challenges and events such as lip-sync battles, yoga and video masterclasses!
A big congratulations to all the other winners in the other categories, as well as the other nominated companies. See you next year!
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