Creating a great place to work with an exceptional culture is crucial in today's competitive tech space.
TORONTO, May 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Eyereturn Marketing, a leading buy-side platform in North America, announced changes to their company policy to reflect the needs of attracting and retaining top ad-tech talent. Eyereturn offers employees an array of perks including breakfast and snacks, TTC passes and gym pass discounts – however, the company is committed to creating an exceptional culture that exceeds employee expectations. The launch of the new policy will provide employees with additional benefits including, but not limited to: two-month sabbaticals, up to $10,000/year in student loan assistance, work-from-wherever-the-h***-you-want (WFWTHYW) and education programs.
"With the rise of fintech and technology start-ups, finding the best talent is only getting more competitive," says President and CEO Renee Hill, "so we are doubling down on our priorities and building a work environment that fosters personal development and values employees above all else."
The company executives have learned that the best talent shouldn't be over-loaded; in fact, employees are the most productive with a healthy work-life balance. You can see Nerf guns, Xbox and Foosball tables in the company's office already, but they are taking it a step further. "It's not your mother or father's workplace anymore, and frankly, I'm glad," says Hill.
About Eyereturn Marketing
Eyereturn Marketing is the premier buy-side platform and integrated technology suite designed to simplify the campaign management process. Through one platform, clients get access to the Eyereturn ad server, DSP, DMP, campaign analytics, verification service & retargeting solution – enabling dynamic, real time decision-making for every type of ad on every screen.
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