ServiceNow is a Glassdoor Best Place to Work

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January 11, 2022

ServiceNow is a 2022 Glassdoor Best Place to Work.

Our employees have spoken, confirming that ServiceNow is an employer of choice. We’re thrilled that Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Awards have recognized ServiceNow as a Best Place to Work in two categories:

These rankings are employee-voted and based on anonymous and voluntary reviews, highlighting employers that shine brightest according to those who know a company best.

One ServiceNow employee in the UK shared, “Culture truly feels at the center of leaders’ priorities, creating a positive and motivating place to work. The company is successful, and there is a real sense of teamwork to continue achieving.”

Adapting for good

Over the past two years, companies around the world have faced unprecedented challenges in supporting employees during the COVID-19 crisis. ServiceNow adapted to change while putting the health and safety of employees first. When lockdowns hit, the company made a commitment to avoid layoffs and protect all of its workers’ jobs.

When the “Great Resignation” encouraged workers across the globe to leave companies that weren’t helping them meet their personal and professional goals, ServiceNow redefined visions and led with transparency to build a great future of work with a world of career options. And we’ve grown in the process.

What employees love about ServiceNow

Some of the things ServiceNow employees love about working for the company, as reported in their Glassdoor reviews, are:

  • “Good work-life balance for employees”

  • “A great culture with a caring CEO”

  • “Great people that like what they do”

  • “Fast-growing company generating many opportunities for personal growth”

These sentiments complement employee reviews that led to Glassdoor’s recognition of ServiceNow CEO Bill McDermott as a Top CEO in 2021.

A California-based employee summarized the company best: “ServiceNow embodies diversity, inclusion, belonging, sustainable living, work-life balance, and fun. We all work hard, but management supports us to be the best we can be. I’ve worked in a lot of industries and types of jobs, and this is the best company I’ve been a part of.”

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