Entrepreneur Magazine Awards BuildFax Top Company Culture

Posted on Sep 21 2018
Type Blog

Entrepreneur, a globally renowned media group that covers entrepreneurship and business, has recognized BuildFax for its exceptional company culture.

The publication highlights high-performing company cultures across the U.S. on an annual basis and evaluates them based on a number of factors, including effectiveness, connection, management, engagement and leadership. BuildFax is honored to be celebrated among companies across industries that are focused on prioritizing company culture and elevating their employees.

Here at BuildFax, we pride ourselves on fostering an entrepreneurial environment that encourages employees to see every challenge as an opportunity to grow. In addition to the traditional benefits BuildFax provides, like competitive compensation, parental leave, and medical benefits, there are several perks that set us apart, including: a unique downtown office space, casual work environment, a kitchen stocked with snacks, professional development opportunities, quarterly team activities and more.

Earlier this year, BuildFax also received recognition as one of Austin’s best places to work. Austin Business Journal chose BuildFax as one of the top companies across the Central Texas region that has fostered a productive and enriching work environment built for employees to thrive.

To learn more about life at BuildFax and available opportunities, visit our careers page.

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