Hexacta, again recognized with the Best Place to Work Award

45 companies were recognized as “The best companies to work for in Argentina”  in the 2011 edition of GPTW.  Having the 6th position, places Hexacta as the best software development company to work for in Argentina.

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On Wednesday, November 9th the tenth ceremony of the Best Place to Work awards took place. Hexacta had the 6th position in the ranking of companies that have from 80 to 250 employees.

“We are very proud for this result. Once again and for the past seven years we stand as one of the best companies to work for in Argentina. This is an achievement of all those working in here and that every day bring their commitment, effort, and collaboration to make Hexacta the best consulting and software development company in the country. All our efforts are oriented to the same direction and we feel responsible for building and maintaining every year the working environment we have”, said Diego Vigliarolo, HR responsible partner.

It was a special evening, full of surprises and enjoyment. 45 companies were recognized as “The best companies to work for in Argentina” 2011 edition. Hexacta’s Human Resources team and the Senior team were all present in the ceremony. The company is participating in the Great Place to Work ranking since 2005. Having the 6th position, places Hexacta as the best software development company to work for in Argentina.

Each year Great Place to Work recognizes the best places to work for in more than 45 countries. Over a base of information that represents more than 10 millions of employees, these world best companies form a longer and respected study about the excellence in a place to work and leadership practices. They represent the recognition to the best employer and to the best place to work that every company wishes to obtain.

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