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According to Fairygodboss: This Company Knows the Difference Between Saying You Have a Great Culture and Actually Having One

"A lot of companies say they have a great culture or have great people, but that's not always true," says Christine Fierro, senior practice manager at World Wide Technology  (WWT). "I never fully understood that until coming to WWT and being part of it here."

 

 

It's no wonder why 100% of FGBers say women are treated fairly and equally to men, would recommend the company to other women and believe WWT CEO Jim Kavanaugh supports gender diversity.

The company has consistently received high marks on Fortune's annual list of the 100 Best Companies to Work For, the 100 Best Workplaces for Women, the 100 Best Workplaces for Diversity, and the 150 Best Small and Medium Companies to Work For. And Kavanaugh's personal commitment to ensuring a great work culture is reflected in accolades such as the Great Place to Work® For All™ Leadership Awards.  

"The company's core values, 'THE PATH' (Trust, Humility, Embracing change and the diversity of people and thought, Passion, Attitude, Team Player, and Honesty & integrity) aren't just on paper or internal-facing." Fierro says that the people at WWT apply them to the work they do every day to drive innovative solutions for customers in collaboration with leading technology partners. 

"You'll find our core values everywhere at WWT: On walls, on our badges, in slide decks, and, most importantly, in the people," she explains.

 

 

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