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In addition, Elastic was named as a leader by Fairygodboss in two other award categories: Best Company for Women (overall) and Best Company Where CEOs Support Gender Diversity. This marks the second consecutive year that Elastic has been honored as a leader across all three categories of workplace awards.
Fairygodboss is the largest career community and talent attraction platform for women. Their annual workplace awards are determined solely by the feedback women provide to Fairygodboss about working at Elastic.
"We are honored to be recognized as the Best Technology Company for Women by Fairygodboss and as a leader in two other award categories for the second consecutive year," said Leah Sutton, senior vice president, global human resources, Elastic. "At Elastic, we continue to focus on creating an environment that is inclusive for all of our employees and reflects our company's Source Code. We are doing this through our commitment to equal pay, emphasis on internal hiring and promotion, and our continued belief that prioritizing skills over location allows us to hire and retain the best talent wherever they reside."
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