RepairPal has been named to Inc. magazine’s annual list of the Best Workplaces for 2021. The list, which hit newsstands May 18 in the May/June 2021 issue, and as part of a prominent Inc.com feature, is the result of a wide-ranging and comprehensive measurement of companies nationwide that have created exceptional workplaces and company culture whether teams are operating in person or remotely.
RepairPal employees live the core values of its culture: authentic, force for good, collaborative, disruptive, and driven. As the only company on the annual list in the automotive space, these same values are reflected in the company’s mission to bring trust and transparency to auto repair, and they extend themselves to the industry partners and repair facilities that are part of the RepairPal marketplace.
Collecting data from thousands of submissions, Inc. singled out 429 honorees this year. Each nominated company took part in an employee survey on topics including management effectiveness, perks and fostering employee growth. The organization’s benefits also were audited to determine the company’s overall score and ranking.
“Our value system is the lifeblood of all we do,” said Art Shaw, CEO. “We hire and operate based on core values, which translate to the character we demonstrate ensuring that, for example, authenticity and collaboration are a meaningful part of our work. A wonderful outcome of thriving on values and performance is that a myriad of people succeed, leading to great diversity, and most of our managers were promoted from within. We’re also proud to provide health benefits at the highest level, reinforcing our commitment to our people.”
“The definition of a positive workplace has changed drastically over the past year,” said Art Scott Omelianuk, Inc. magazine editor-in-chief. “Stocked fridges and nap pods were no longer perks many companies could rely on once work went remote. So, this year’s list is even more important as it reveals organizations that continue to enrich the lives of its employees amid a pandemic.”