The job market in Cyprus is becoming increasingly complex as well as diverse. Employees, especially in the Millennial and GenZ generations, seek more than just a paycheck. They want a company with a purpose, that offers a positive work environment, opportunities for growth, as well as other benefits beyond the financial ones. To compete, employers are, or at least should be, taking note of these expectations, and working toward creating a great work environment.
Exness, the Cyprus-based multi-asset broker which creates a favorable market for traders with a unique combination of technology and ethics, has built a reputation as a world-class employer of choice. It attracts leading talent not only from Cyprus but from all over the world. How did Exness achieve such a reputation? Let’s explore.
A diverse and inclusive workplace
With more than 2000 employees from a number of nationalities, diversity is a very important aspect of Exness’ culture. With a well-structured set of procedures and processes, the employer promotes inclusion and respect for different cultures and backgrounds making sure that all employees can work effectively together even when in different countries and time zones.
Exness’ offices span the globe, from its headquarters in Cyprus to South Africa and Kenya, all the way to the United Kingdom and Uruguay to mention a few. Exness invests heavily to provide inspiring spaces for its employees. Its state-of-the-art facilities include high-tech equipment that allows employees to work effectively, silent areas to be more productive, lounge areas to socialize and unwind, and stunning views to enjoy.
Exness employees also get to enjoy flexibility. With the employer’s hybrid work model that was launched after the pandemic, employees can work from home, from the office, or a combination of both. Hybrid work allows employees a level of freedom that enhances their work-life balance. It allows them to organize their life according to their needs, go to that important doctor’s appointment, pick up their kids from school, run their errands, etc.
The benefits and perks of working at Exness
The benefits of working with Exness don’t end with flexibility and remote work. The company offers great work packages that include quarterly bonuses based on KPIs, parties with creative themes, and gifts, such as the electric scooters all employees received last Christmas, to mention a few.
Ever since 2012, the year Exness moved its headquarters to Cyprus, the multi-asset broker has also been interested in attracting global talent to the island. To motivate foreign talent to move to Cyprus, Exness extended its benefits to include a generous relocation package that includes temporary accommodation until the employee finds their own place to stay, a branded Mini car, assistance for visa, citizenship, and more.
It is worth mentioning that all employees also have free access to gym facilities and workout programs, yearly allowance for eyeglasses, medical insurance, education allowance, training courses, and a number of other opportunities to develop their skills and grow both personally and professionally.
The Exness philosophy as a broker and as an employer
The ultimate goal is to provide employees with all the necessary tools and resources to foster their growth and well-being. And just like it leverages technology to provide a frictionless trading experience, Exness uses empathy to find ways to keep its workforce satisfied and eliminate hassles that may affect their productivity and work-life balance.
Exness’ efforts in creating a great working environment and providing employees with numerous benefits have paid off in more ways than one. The company has been recognized by HR committees and organizations including the “Great Place to Work” award. But most importantly, its success as an employer is reflected in its business success. With a monthly trading volume of over $3 trillion and more than 500,000 active clients, Exness is, according to Finance Magnates quarterly Intelligence Reports, the largest multi-asset broker in the world in terms of the monthly trading volume.