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Remote announces 14 winners of the Remote Excellence Awards

March 20, 2024


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San Francisco, March 20, 2024Remote, the leader in building, managing, and supporting globally distributed workforces, today announced the winners of its first-ever Remote Excellence Awards. The Awards recognize companies that have demonstrated exceptional commitment, innovation, and enthusiasm in navigating the challenges and opportunities presented by remote work.

The Awards celebrate the visionary efforts driving success in the realm of remote work and distributed teams and provide a roadmap of effective strategies and practices for other businesses to follow. The Awards recognize inspiring winners across 10 categories covering vital aspects of modern business:

Excellence in Remote Work Culture:


Excellence in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I):


Excellence in Global Compensation:


Excellence in Contractor Management:

Code & Cakes

Excellence in Talent Strategy:


Remote for Good Award:

Peek Vision

Liftoff Award (for startups):


Small and Mighty Award (for SMEs):


Trailblazer Award (for businesses 250+):


Global Icon Award Winners:


Loop Earplugs




A panel of judges, comprising Remote’s leaders and a panel of influential industry figures, assessed entries in each category, while the Global Icon Award category included results from a public vote.

"Receiving this honor is motivating, and it reinforces our commitment to excellence. We're proud of what we've achieved together and look forward to continuing our successful partnership with Remote," said Allison Burgess, Recruitment Lead and HR Coordinator at Peek Vision.

“It’s rare to find Awards that are well-run and truly based on merit, but the Remote Excellence Awards are just that and a wonderful opportunity for exposure for any business,” said Hailley Griffis, one of the judges and Head of Communications and Content at Buffer.

“The winners are not just embracing remote work; they're thriving in it and creating opportunities for their teams,” said Job van der Voort, CEO, and Co-founder of Remote. “The winners set the bar really high, but their success shows that the path of remote work and distributed teams remains accessible to all, inspiring others to pursue their own remote work endeavors with confidence.”

To learn more about the Awards, visit Remote once again congratulates the winners and thanks all participants of the Remote Excellence Awards. For any inquiries, contact

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