Pluralsight Ranks #10 on FORTUNE’s Best Workplaces in Technology 2020 List
Mar 11, 2020
SILICON SLOPES, Utah — Pluralsight, Inc. (NASDAQ: PS), the enterprise technology skills platform, today announced it has ranked #10 on the 2020 Best Workplaces in Technology List by FORTUNE Magazine and global research and consulting firm, Great Place to Work®. This recognition marks the company’s highest-ever ranking on the nationwide list, and underscores Pluralsight’s commitment to fostering a culture that empowers and engages team members through its mission to democratize technology skills. This latest award follows Pluralsight’s recent recognition as a 2020 Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For®. With this honor, Pluralsight is the first and only Utah-headquartered technology company to ever make the list, since its inception in 1998.
To determine the Best Workplaces in Technology list, Great Place to Work® evaluated feedback from more than 100,000 employees in the technology industry on more than 60 job elements, including trust in leaders, fairness of workplace decisions, manifestation of company values, ability to contribute new ideas, and overall fulfillment. Companies, like Pluralsight, named to the list are the best in treating, supporting, and celebrating the total well-being of their team members, no matter who they are or what they do for the organization.
“We are honored to be included as a Best Workplace in Technology and humbled to join such an illustrious group of marque technology brands. This recognition is a testament to our entire team and the amazing culture we have built together,” said Aaron Skonnard, Co-founder and CEO of Pluralsight. “We’ve worked hard to foster a great environment thanks to our team’s commitment to our mission, alignment to our values, and the investments from each and every team member to provide value to each other and our customers. We’ve created a workplace where our team members can grow personally and professionally, and we will continue to invest in them.”
Pluralsight’s mission is to democratize technology skills and support the technology innovations of individuals and organizations around the world. However, the company’s focus on learning isn’t limited to its customers. Thanks to its guiding principle, ‘We are lifelong learners’, Pluralsight specifically seeks prospective team members with growth mindsets that embody the spirit of being lifelong learners. The resulting workforce is curious and inclined to keep learning, which Pluralsight enables through development opportunities.
Pluralsight also strives to maintain a workforce comprised of people from different backgrounds to bring diversity of thought, and encourages and welcomes ideas from team members at every level in the organization. Pluralsight has set itself apart as a great workplace by consistently focusing on building an engaged and high-performing team that is passionate about driving business outcomes. From hiring to business decisions, the company is intentional in creating an environment where its team members can innovate and thrive.
“The companies appearing on this year’s list of the Best Workplaces in Technology are doing the work to improve equality for every employee,” said Great Place to Work CEO Michael C. Bush. “They have created cultures of fairness and inclusion in an industry that is still grappling with representation across gender, race, ethnicity, and sexual orientation. While not at the tipping point, they are the leaders that are creating a more equitable path forward.
Pluralsight is the leading technology workforce development company that helps companies and teams build better products by developing critical skills, improving processes and gaining insights through data, and providing strategic skills consulting. Trusted by forward-thinking companies of every size in every industry, Pluralsight helps individuals and businesses transform with technology. Pluralsight Skills helps enterprises build technology skills at scale with expert-authored courses on today’s most important technologies, including cloud, artificial intelligence and machine learning, data science, and security, among others. Skills also includes tools to align skill development with business objectives, virtual instructor-led training, hands-on labs, skill assessments and one-of-a-kind analytics. Flow complements Skills by providing engineering teams with actionable data and visibility into workflow patterns to accelerate the delivery of products and services. For more information about Pluralsight (NASDAQ: PS), visit pluralsight.com.