HealthRecon Connect, a leading revenue cycle management company that provides end to end medical billing and collections services to healthcare providers based in the US, was recognized among Sri Lanka’s 40 best workplaces for 2021 by the independent analysts at Great Place to Work® in Sri Lanka. HealthRecon Connect earned this credential based on extensive ratings provided by its employees in an anonymous survey conducted by Great Place to Work® and a robust submission on its people practices.
According to Great Place to Work®, a best workplace is one in which employees no matter who they are and what they do for the organization are having a consistently positive experience of a Great Place to Work For All™. It is an honor for HealthRecon Connect to be recognized by their employees as an organization that fosters a foundation of trust and meaningful values through effective leaders.
According to research and consulting firm Great Place to Work®, workplace culture, job satisfaction and camaraderie were among the many reasons why employees love working at HealthRecon Connect. According to the Great Place to Work®, over 85% of the employees at HealthRecon agreed that the employees were treated fairly, regardless of their gender, race, or ethnicity and were proud to tell others that they worked here. The survey also showed that an overwhelming majority of employees feel they make a difference in the organization and had an enormous sense of pride when looking back at what the organization had accomplished together, as one team.
“We applaud HealthRecon Connect for seeking employees’ feedback and the opportunity to recognize itself through this exclusive title,” said Kshanika Ratnayake, CEO of Great Place to Work® in Sri Lanka. “These ratings measure its capacity to earn its own employees’ trust and create a great workplace that is driven by meaningful values, effective leaders and the intent to maximize human potential – critical metrics that anyone considering working for or doing business with HealthRecon Connect should take into account as an indicator of a high-performance culture.”