Pickr shortlisted as ‘Best place to work’ in Digital Technology Leaders Award
We know Pickr’s a great place to work but now there’s proof! We are delighted to have been shortlisted for the Digital Technology Leaders ‘Best place to work-SME’ Award!

The Computing Digital Technology Leaders Awards exist to recognise the achievements of individuals and companies at the forefront of digital innovation.

The ‘Best place to work’ award celebrates innovative companies with high levels of employee engagement. The tech industry is a very competitive space so creating a company culture that nurtures digital talent is key to success.

As a start-up, we’re at the beginning of a very exciting journey and we’re all stakeholders in Pickr’s success. That’s why we’re a forum for free thought, offer lots of opportunity for personal growth and acknowledge our successes and failures together in order to grow.

Some of the things we’ve been shortlisted as a ‘Best place to work’ in digital for;

  • Using our investment to grow a talented tech team
  • Embracing change and supporting some our Developers in learning new coding languages
  • Our involvement in the local tech community
  • Building a learning culture and funding our teams AWS accreditations
  • Empowering the Development team with autonomous flexible working


The 2019 winners will be announced at a glamorous awards ceremony in London in July with a champagne reception and a three-course dinner! We look forward to rubbing shoulders with other shortlisted companies including the likes of Hermes, Anglian Water and Barclays! You can see the full shortlist here.

We’re an ambitious bunch and means we’re always looking for talented individuals to help us achieve our goal of creating a frictionless staffing experience in the industrial sector. If you think you have the skills to help us get in touch; jobs@pickr.works. Want to know what it’s really like to work here? Let the team tell you themselves!


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