One of the best companies to work in all of Italy is Sicilian. We are talking about the business partner Skylabs Srl, the only one born on the island, which has obtained the prestigious Great Place to Work® certification, the global reference for corporate organizational culture. Great Place to Work® is an international brand founded in San Francisco in 1991, which, through targeted questions on the Survey Platform, measures the opinions of employees and their experience within the working environment both with management and with Colleagues. In this 20th edition, 150 realities took part in the survey and 50 were awarded. The result? Full marks promotion for Skylabs. All 80 employees who, in the 5 offices in Catania, Palermo, Milan, Rome and Lugano, responded anonymously to the survey by the American research company, consider the company a place where credibility, respect, fairness, pride and cohesion are the masters. “Skylabs – declares CEO Luca Martino – puts people at the center of the company. Our success is based on teamwork, but within each team we always value the individual: we believe that each person is a talent with different dreams and ambitions, and our goal is to highlight them. Everyone has a special role within this reality and is actively involved in corporate decisions, objectives and strategies “. For this combo of factors, today the name of Skylabs appears in the list of GPTW, together with giants, recognized worldwide, such as Cisco, American Express Italia, DHL Express, IConsulting, Mercedes-Benz Financial Services and Hilton, to name but a few. Specifically, this prestigious recognition certifies that the company has a positive work environment, appreciated by its employees thanks to high quality HR processes and relationships between collaborators and with management (made up of under 40s), based on trust. . Skylabs not only has maximum transparency on company levels and salaries, but has also joined the Bring Women Back to Work program of the Salesforce partner: an initiative aimed at promoting the inclusion of women in the tech industry, following a career break, caused by the recent pandemic or by personal life events such as motherhood. One of the objectives, in fact, is to reach 50% of female collaborators by 2025. Furthermore, the employees of the business partner, thanks to the adhesion of the digital consultancy company to the Pledge 1% program, carry out volunteer activities on time work, restoring value to the community. This is why in 2021 efforts were made from North to South of Italy, together and at the same time in a waste collection in the territory of the Etna Park in Catania, (CT) and inside the Opera San Francesco per i Poveri canteen. in Milan, (MI).