Employee Reviews of Fast Growing Toronto Startup Boast “Awesome Place to Work,” “Fantastic Culture” and “Best Startup Career Opportunity in Toronto!”

Toronto, Ontario – Influitive, the advocate marketing experts, announced today that it is now one of the highest-ranked Toronto companies on Glassdoor, a career community featuring anonymous employee reviews and ratings.

Influitive is described by current and former employees as a satisfying place to work, featuring a high degree of autonomy, a caring culture and a high-performance environment. The company is the fastest-growing SaaS (software-as-a-service) company headquartered in Toronto due to its ability to hire the best talent in the city.

Out of about 5,000 companies operating in Toronto with Glassdoor profiles, Influitive is ranked on top. With 20 reviews and counting from its 50 employees in Toronto, Influitive has scored an impressive average of 4.9 out of 5 stars on the Glassdoor rating scale. In fact, Influitive is the only company in Toronto with more than 10 reviews that has a rating this high. The company also earned Glassdoor’s OpenCompany certification, recognizing the company’s strong commitment to actively promoting and embracing workplace transparency.

“Influitive is a big believer in the power of word-of-mouth to recruit talent and build a strong culture. Just as businesses rely on our software to mobilize advocates, we rely on our employees to spread the word about their experience here,” said Influitive founder and CEO Mark Organ. “We are growing incredibly fast and these employee reviews on Glassdoor help boost the quality of applicants, generating an incredible talent pool for us to choose from when hiring.”

Glassdoor holds a growing database of 6 million company reviews, CEO approval ratings, salary reports, interview reviews and questions, benefits reviews, office photos and more. No fluff allowed, all information is sourced from the employees themselves. Word-of-mouth and genuine reviews on third-party websites are just as critical to candidates’ decision-making process while recruiting as they are to buyers during the buying process.

As Glassdoor reported, 78% of employees said that information from those inside a company was influential to their decision to apply for employment. Companies like Influitive that commit to transparency as a core value tap into the growing trend succeed as they attract the next generation of talent.

For more information, please contact:

Fraser Stark
Chief of Staff, Influitive
[email protected]
(647) 931-4014 x117