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Global Accelerex Bags Great Place to Work Award

Global Accelerex, one of Nigeria’s leading fintech companies and a member of the Accelerex Holdings Group, has been certified as one of the best places to work in Nigeria, following the outcome of a Great Place to Work® survey compiled by the independent global research, consulting and training organisation.

According to the Great Place to Work® survey result, employees of Global Accelerex strongly believe that they have room for individual growth in the company, enjoy an excellent work culture and are given wings to fly by the organisation. Another factor emphasized in the survey is the welcoming and friendly work environment where they can reach their full potential. Staff are also proud of their accomplishments and feel like they have a stake in the company’s growth.

The results further revealed that Global Accelerex has a high level of employee retention and that creating an engaging ‘Great Place to Work for all’ is fundamental to success. Employees feel that the company offers a valuable service to society by providing customizable digital payment solutions to different categories of businesses. They appreciate the inclusive management style and flexible work practices because it encourages work-life balance and improves employee performance.

Commenting on the award, the Managing Director of Global Accelerex, Tunde Ogungbade, said; “At Global Accelerex, our most valuable asset is our human resource.  We therefore prioritize the welfare of our staff above any other consideration. Our goal has always been to build a company that will literally be a home for its employees. Since staff spend a good part of their day at work, we have done everything possible to create a positive and exciting culture that helps us attract, retain and empower them. This achievement substantiates our commitment to building an amazing workplace culture and future together with our employees. We are proud that our employees have a consistently positive experience with their co-workers and leaders and find personal satisfaction in their jobs.”

Mr. Ogungbade highlighted the company’s open-door communication policy as a critical element that gives staff a sense of belonging and a feeling that their opinions are important. He also stressed the value placed on staff safety, citing the extended work-from-home policy during this period, even after the government had asked businesses to resume full operations. He believes that as Accelerex Holdings expands to other parts of Africa, the premium it places on employee satisfaction will be its competitive edge over other fintech players.

Global Accelerex is renowned for its pedigree in innovation, world-class technology and excellent customer service. It provides cutting-edge financial technology solutions in a secure and reliable manner to businesses and consumers across Africa. The company has set itself apart as a great place to work with a meaningful set of values that has defined its culture and has helped cultivate an environment that embraces diversity. 

Great Place to Work is the global authority on workplace culture, employee experience and leadership behaviors proven to deliver market-leading revenue and increased innovation through validated employee feedback gathered with Great Place to Work’s rigorous, data-driven methodology.



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