It’s official, Riskified is one of the best places to work in New York City. Great Place to Work and FORTUNE today unveiled their list for 2018, and Riskified, the leader in eCommerce fraud prevention, joined the list for the first time in the small and medium workplaces group. The rankings are based on employee surveys conducted and analyzed by Great Place to Work, and a total of 50 NYC-based companies are chosen.
“We’re extremely excited to be named one of the best places to work in New York,” said Eido Gal, co-founder and CEO of Riskified. “From day one we made employee satisfaction a priority, and this recognition shows that we’re on the right track. We hope that this announcement will help us continue to grow our team here in New York, but more than anything we’re thrilled to see that so many colleagues are happy to be part of the Riskified team.”
“According to our study, 97 percent of Riskified Inc. employees say it is a great workplace,” says Sarah Lewis-Kulin, Vice President of Great Place to Work Certification & List Production. Riskified Inc. employees completed 39 surveys, resulting in a 90 percent confidence level and a margin of error of ± 0.00. Riskified employees cited the company’s exceptional vision and their intelligent, thoughtful colleagues as differentiators, and 99 percent of respondents reported having “great bosses,” according to data provided by Great Place to Work.
After rapid growth in Tel Aviv, Riskified opened its New York office in late 2016. That growth has continued stateside as well, and Riskified recently moved its headquarters to 27,000 square feet of space in 220 5th Avenue, just north of Madison Square Park. Riskified helps enterprise merchants – including Finish Line, Prada, Wish and many more – increase revenue, eliminate the costs of fraudulent chargebacks and improve the customer experience.
“We hope this is the first year of many that we’ll be listed as one of the best places to work in New York,” continued Gal. “If you’d like to be a part of that, we invite you to get in touch.”