This is the ninth consecutive year where mnemonic is named one of Norway's top ten workplaces by Great Place to Work (GPTW), a global advisory institute that measures and analyses the culture in workplaces.

In their annual listing of Norway’s top workplaces, mnemonic ranked 2nd in the category for organisations with between 200 to 499 employees.

mnemonic’s CEO, Tønnes Ingebrigtsen, is especially proud that mnemonic keeps its place among the top, despite the year that has passed.

“We've systematically worked with our employee and GPTW feedback over a number of years in order to improve and become a better workplace. This has helped us maintain our strong culture, despite working in completely different conditions than the previous years we've participated in GPTW.”

“We’ve accomplished this while also welcoming a record high number of new employees, as well as expanding to new locations in Europe,” Ingebrigtsen explains.

The GPTW evaluation is built on data from two organisation and culture surveys: the Trust Index and Culture Audit. 2021 is the 18th time that the recognition is handed out in Norway and never before have this many organisations been on the list. Great Place to Work ranks the best companies within four categories: more than 500 employees, 200-499 employees, 50-199 employees and 20-50 employees.


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About Great Place to Work

Great Place to Work is a global consulting and analysis company that builds, maintains and recognises high trust and performing work cultures. For more than 30 years, Great Place to Work has been consulting organisations in the private, public and voluntary/non-profit sectors. In Norway, Great Place to Work has assisted Norwegian organisations over the past 15 years. Globally, Great Place to Work collaborates annually with around 13,000 businesses and has accumulated data and best practices from over 100 million people worldwide.