Workhuman has retained its position as a Strategic Leader in the Fosway 9-Grid™ for Talent & People Success. The company has been featured on the Fosway 9-Grid™since 2019.

The Fosway 9-Grid™for Talent & People Success is a vital benchmark for evaluating solutions and providers in the UK and European talent management systems market. Workhuman’s ‘Strategic Leader’ status highlights its outstanding market and customer performance, the solution’s depth and sophistication, the scale of its business, and its extensive enterprise customer base.

“Organisations are increasingly focused on not only their employee experience, but also their overall corporate culture and are seeking tailored solutions that can help foster more human-centric workplaces,” said Emily Miller, Workhuman VP, EMEA Sales. “Workhuman specialises in enabling organisations to create and foster cultures of recognition, and we are proud of this validation from Fosway as a Strategic Leader in Talent & People Success. It reinforces our commitment to empowering businesses through strategic recognition programmes designed to engage employees while driving tangible business impact.”

According to Gallup’s State of the Global Workplace: 2023 Report, Europe has the lowest regional percentage of engaged employees. This has serious impacts including higher employee turnover, lower wellbeing, and a fractured, less resilient company culture. Employee recognition has the power to reverse these effects, as part of a recognition programme tied to company values.


“This year has seen Workhuman consolidating their position as a strategic leader for talent and people success on the Fosway 9-grid”, said David Perring, Chief Insights Officer at Fosway Group and lead analyst on the research. “They continue to drive high customer advocacy from global enterprise corporates, especially from organisations focused on: unleashing the power of recognition, energising employee engagement and connection, as well as building high-performance culture – at reach and scale.”