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EngageSmart Named Top Workplace for employment policies

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EngageSmart, Inc. (NYSE: ESMT), a leading provider of vertically tailored customer engagement software and integrated payments solutions, today announced that it was named a Top Workplace for employee well-being, professional development, and remote work by Energage, a technology company that empowers workplace excellence and the organization behind the Top Workplaces awards.

EngageSmart was named to the three lists described below.

Employee Well-Being—The Employee Well-Being award honors Top Workplaces noted for putting employee health and wellness at the center of their workplace culture.

Professional Development—The Professional Development award honors Top Workplaces that place a special focus on developing their employees’ careers and enabling their people to grow professionally.

Remote Work—The Remote Work award celebrates Top Workplaces with workforces in which at least half of survey responders indicate they work either mostly or fully remote.

“Creating a supportive, collaborative, and flexible workplace for all our employees is a top priority at EngageSmart, so we’re especially proud to be recognized in these categories,” said Kristen Kenny, Chief People Officer at EngageSmart.

Energage, a technology company that empowers workplace excellence and the organization behind the Top Workplaces awards, revealed the winners of its Culture Excellence Awards, which recognize companies based on employee feedback. The Top Workplaces national Culture Excellence awards are based solely on employee feedback from Energage’s anonymous, science-based, employee engagement survey. Organizations are evaluated against the industry’s most robust benchmark, based on Energage’s 15 years of research and data from 70,000 organizations and 23 million employee surveys.

Over the past year, nearly 42,000 organizations have competed for Top Workplaces national awards, including Top Workplaces USA, Industry, and Culture Excellence awards. Fewer than 3 percent of eligible organizations earn a Top Workplaces designation, making these achievements clear differentiators among peers.

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