360 Incentives Winner of 2013 ‘Best Workplaces in Canada’ Award

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(April 09, 2013) – Whitby, Ontario:  In January 2012, the leadership team of 360Incentives.com, inspired by a tour of the Zappos head office in Las Vegas, NV set out to build the greatest company culture in Canada.   Their goal was to win a spot in the top three of the Best Workplaces In Canada award within two years.

Tonight, just about a year into their goal, the team took to the podium to collect the award for number two best place to work in Canada, as well as an award for a culture of fairness.

The team at 360 has created the following resource content for those interested in building a great company culture:

The Case For Culture at 360 Incentives – a 40 page e-book/case study showing the company’s journey to culture, how the culture was built up, how it is maintained and what the next steps look like.  The paper quantifies the ROI of good culture in terms of cost savings and client retention. http://go.360incentives.com/changing-the-world-of-incentives 

Get To Know The 360 Team – flying in the face of traditional corporate videos, the 360 team created 1990’s-style action movie trailer for a movie that has yet to be made. http://www.360incentives.com/careers-and-culture/

Journey To An Award-Winning Culture – An instructive 12 minute video delivered by 360 Chief of Staff, Todd Skinner. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KN2qNhUNHiQ

360Incentives.com was founded in Whitby, Ontario in 2008 and has operated there ever since, having grown from 1 person in 2008 to a team of 18 in 2011.   The Whitby office currently employs a team of 77 people.   The company provides a software as a service platform which enables manufacturers and distributors to create, measure and manage their incentives programs such as sales spiffs or rebates in real time with 100% auditing and fast payout of claims.

For more information and resources on 360Incentives.com, please see:



Jason King

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