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Epidemic Sound receives Great Place To Work certification

  • Epidemic Sound receives Great Place To Work certificate, ranking highly across factors such as credibility, respect, fairness, pride, and camaraderie
  • Epidemic Sound ranks highly for what constitutes a healthy and inclusive workplace, and 84% of employees consider the company to be a great place to work
  • The certificate places Epidemic Sound among other global companies known for their great workplace cultures such as Adobe, Hubspot, and Atlassian

STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN - Epidemic Sound announced today that the company has received the certificate Great Place to Work. The certificate is given to companies based on research and analysis through the survey Trust Index. The survey measures 61 statements among employees on how they experience their relationship with the leadership, the company, their colleagues, and how they view their own role and work. It looks into factors known to drive company performance and employee wellbeing; credibility, respect, fairness, pride, and camaraderie.

The survey findings show that Epidemic Sound ranks highly for what constitutes a healthy and inclusive workplace, and 84% of employees consider the company to be a great place to work. The results show that the employees experience a workplace culture with high degrees of physical and psychological safety, where employees care for each other, have fun together, feel that they can be themselves independent of demographic variables, and where one is welcomed as a newcomer.

“We have put in a lot of work into building an engaging and sustainable workplace culture and employee experience, and we are thrilled to see this reflected through the Great Place to Work certification. We are particularly happy to see that our employees view Epidemic Sound as an inclusive and psychologically healthy workplace, because we know these are crucial wellbeing factors”, says Jasmin Holländer Pettersson, Director of People Experience at Epidemic Sound.

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About the survey:

Great Place to Work surveyed 539 Epidemic Sound employees globally, of which 80% responded. The survey is based on 61 statements around the factors credibility, respect, fairness, pride, and camaraderie. Aside from the survey findings, Great Place to Work also looked at factors such as gender representation in different managerial levels, how the company provides flexibility and work-life balance to its employees, and its DEI efforts.

About Great Place to Work:

Great Place to Work is a research and consulting company with headquarters in the United States and subsidiaries worldwide. Every year, Great Place to Work® conducts employee surveys of 19.8 million employees from over 10,000 organizations in 106 countries.

About Epidemic Sound:

Epidemic Sound, the market leading platform for restriction-free music, is headquartered in Stockholm, heard around the globe and on a mission to soundtrack the world. 

The company has democratized access to music for storytellers. Its innovative digital rights model paves the way for creators - everyone from YouTubers to small businesses to the world’s largest brands - to use restriction-free music to take their content to the next level, whilst simultaneously supporting the musicians it works with both financially and creatively. 

The company was co-founded in 2009 and has offices in six major cities across the globe: Stockholm, New York, Los Angeles, Seoul, Hamburg and Amsterdam. Epidemic is backed by EQT, Blackstone Growth, Creandum, Atwater Capital, Alecta. AMF, and TIN Fonder and its Chairperson is Andrew Fisher, former CEO and Chairman of Shazam.


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