June 17, 2021 – HatchWorks Technologies is thrilled to learn that the US Senate has passed a resolution establishing June 19, or Juneteenth, as a federal holiday. The Juneteenth National Independence Day Act will grant federal employees a day off to commemorate the end of slavery in the United States.
This will be HatchWorks’ second year to commemorate the day of remembrance. In 2020, the company became part of a growing number of corporations across the country to provide time off to employees to honor Juneteenth.
“As a company that believes in the combined strength of diverse and inclusive teams, it is important that we recognize and hold space for milestones of major significance to the history of our country,” said Brandon Powell, CEO of HatchWorks. “Our employees across the US and Latin America represent an incredibly wide array of experiences and perspectives, and we feel that makes us and our work better. We are proud to continue to take part in recognizing Juneteenth in 2021, as well as for years to come.”
Headquartered in Atlanta and with offices in Chicago, Costa Rica, Peru, and Colombia, HatchWorks employs highly skilled onshore and nearshore experts across a range of software development and cloud adoption specialties. The company also has a strong philanthropic focus, with charitable giving and volunteering programs aimed at positively affecting communities in Atlanta, Chicago, and San Jose, Costa Rica.
About HatchWorks Technologies
HatchWorks is your guide on the journey to product excellence. Our team of award-winning product experts specialize in building future-proof, innovative software products powered by data analytics, AI and IoT innovation. From ideation to strategy to launch and beyond, we partner with industry leaders in finance, healthcare, manufacturing and more to scale and commercialize their product suite with modern software solutions. As a result, we empower our customers to create meaningful user experiences and drive actionable data to improve and inform their critical business decisions.