No Ex-Employees, Only Family

According to a recent study, Persistent’s employee-friendly policies, inclusive culture and challenging work opportunities were the top factors that motivated former employees to return to the organization.

At Persistent, we don’t have ex-employees. Instead, we refer to them as alumni, because once an employee, always a part of the Persistent family. In fact, many of our alumni carry our philosophy with them wherever they go, and become our global brand champions. Others continue to work with us on independent assignments, which result in mutual pay-offs for both in terms of exchange of ideas and expertise. And still many others return home to work again with Persistent, which is a source of great happiness to us. All of this strengthens our belief in the fact that while people may change jobs, our relationships with them always endure.

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