Fuel Cycle Inc., the leading market research cloud for Fortune 500 companies, today announced it has been recognized by the Comparably Awards as one of the 2022 Best Companies for Leadership. This marks the tenth time since the start of 2020 that the Fuel Cycle has been recognized by Comparably.
Comparably’s fifth annual Best Leadership Teams award is derived from employees who anonymously rated their CEOs, executive leaders, and direct managers on Comparably.com over a 12-month period (June 24, 2021, through June 24, 2022).
“Ensuring our employees have the support they need to do their job well starts at the top,” said Eran Gilad, CEO, and president of Fuel Cycle. “Our continuous goal as a leadership team is to cultivate an environment built on transparency, empathy, and equitable success. We’re grateful to see this commitment is being recognized by our employees.”
Companies of every size have grappled with how to best empower managers and leaders in this new environment. This year, Fuel Cycle brought in culture specialists like Sara Carbone, who provided small group executive coaching for every manager on how to lead in a changing world. This is in addition to existing initiatives including a Management Forum, where managers collaborate on policy and strategic initiatives like culture, performance, and management. Other initiatives include Fuel Cycle’s first all in-person summit that happened earlier this year, and social impact and fun brigade groups that advance community and company interaction.
“Being a part of the leadership team here at Fuel Cycle is a privilege we don’t take lightly,” says Chad Peshak, VP of People at Fuel Cycle. “One of our values is ‘Team Before Self’, so we have invested heavily in management development to ensure leaders have access to all they need to succeed both professionally and personally. Our doors are open as leaders, and I appreciate the learning, candor, and interactive discussions we all have had with employees to foster a fantastic environment to do one’s best work.”