As companies sought to protect themselves amid a widespread shift to remote work, the security software business boomed. With rising demand for digital defenses, one could imagine workers getting burned out. But CrowdStrike, based in Sunnyvale, Calif., prioritized employees throughout the pandemic. The company boosted support for parents, increased offers relating to physical, mental, and financial well-being programs, and made donations to the Red Cross. Despite the many worrisome, big breaches lately—from the so-called SolarWinds campaign to Microsoft Exchange hacks, and beyond—CrowdStrike has kept people’s work lives in check, even granting employees an extra two paid days off last year. “I've never felt healthier and as stress-free as an employee before,” reports one worker.
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