Distilled SCH named Ireland’s 8th best medium workplace
Distilled SCH – which is made up of DoneDeal, Daft.ie and Adverts.ie has placed eighth in the annual Great Place To Work Survey for Ireland’s best medium-sized companies category.
GPTW (Great Place To Work) is based on anonymous voluntary feedback from employees based in participating organisations and segments results based on company size (Large, Medium, Small).
DistilledSCH’s staff ranked the company highly in the following areas:
- Strategy & Direction
- Line Management
- Career & Development
- Empowerment & Accountability
- Work Environment & Processes
- Performance Management
As a fast-growing and dynamic company, Distilled SCH CEO and founder of Daft.ie Eamonn Fallon said he was very proud of the companies position “As our company continues to grow, we are very proud that we continue to evolve and improve our workplace and I’m delighted to see us recognised for all the hard work put in by all our staff. We are committed to making DistilledSCH a great place to work for all our staff.”
The business, which has a combined workforce of 153 employees across three offices (Dublin, Wexford and Waterford) has been operating as a joint venture between Irish owned Distilled Media and Oslo based international media giant Schibsted Media Group since July 2015.
DistilledSCH excelled in Culture when compared to other workplaces of a similar size. Creative designer, Sayo Bittencourt who has been with the company since May 2019 said: “Since my first day I felt welcomed in DistilledSCH. As a young female ex-pat, it was wonderful to find a company in Ireland that makes such a conscious effort to promote diversity, respect and value creative work, celebrate achievements and foster an environment of caring about one another.”
Eamonn Fallon said: “DistilledSCH brings together three iconic Irish brands. DoneDeal – the number one destination to buy and sell cars in Ireland, Daft.ie – Ireland’s leading real estate website and app and Adverts.ie – a mobile-first platform for buying and selling goods and services”