AGS, headquartered in Las Vegas, has been awarded a Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award in the US recognising the best places to work for the category of small and medium-sized enterprises in 2020.
Now in its 12th year, the Employees’ Choice Awards are based solely on the input of employees who choose to provide feedback on their careers, work environments, companies and leadership at Glassdoor.com, one of the largest jobs and recruiting sites in the world.
AGS, the developer, manufacturer and supplier of casino games, systems and technology, was the only gaming organisation to receive the award in its category, and one of only 50 companies in the United States.
David Lopez, AGS president and chief executive officer, explained: “We are truly honoured to receive this award, which is even more meaningful because it came from our employees and their anonymous, genuine reviews about AGS that they have posted on Glassdoor.com.
“Our focus every day is how to create the best experience for our employees, and we do it through our core values, or the AGS Playbook, which encourages our team to ‘Act Like a CEO’, ‘Keep It Real’, ‘Embrace Change’, ‘Love the Game’, embrace a ‘Spirit of Service’, and of course, ‘Aspire to Win’, which keeps us competitive and driven to succeed in our industry.”
On Glassdoor, current and former workers freely and openly share observations and views about their work environments by posting a snapshot of the business designed to capture a genuine and authentic inside look at what a particular job might be like in a particular company.
Christian Sutherland-Wong, Glassdoor president, chief operating officer and incoming chief executive, said: “This year marks the shift to a culture-first decade in the workplace, and Glassdoor’s Employees’ Choice Awards winners are employers that are prioritising culture, mission and employees at the heart of everything they do.”
Added that this year’s winners also “stand out for promoting transparency with employees, offering career growth opportunities and providing work driven by impact and purpose.”