Best Work Culture (Orange County) | Every day we work to stand out from the ranks of other IT companies by providing exceptional insight, innovative solutions, and unparalleled service. In addition to fostering an environment that promotes creativity and learning, Sidepath has created a culture that embodies a feeling of family. The founders truly care about the people who work here, and it’s evident in every aspect of the business, from employee engagement, to the benefits package which includes 100% covered health care, and other smaller perks like bringing in lunch for the team on an almost weekly basis.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Chicago) | The entire Buildout culture is built on collaboration and learning through trying new things and sharing new tools with the rest of the team. Every employee is encouraged to take risks without fear of making a mistake or facing consequences if an attempted innovation doesn’t work exactly as expected.
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Best Work Culture (Orange County) | Ad Exchange Group cares about their employees mental, physical, and social health. For the body, free yoga, meditation, and tai chi classes are provided in office weekly. For the heart, fun-filled events are held regularly to entertain and engage the workforce, such as bowling competitions, office Olympics, game nights, and more. For the soul, ADEX corporate throws social responsibility events such as clothing drives for Working Wardrobes, charity auctions for Colette’s Children’s Home, or a full day of volunteering at Someone Cares Soup Kitchen in Costa Mesa.
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Best Tech Manager (Toronto) | Mark, Director, Interface Development to Symbility Intersect is incredibly passionate about every project and goal he immerses himself into. He inspires innovation by keeping an open line of communication to all employees. He stays up to date in modern technology and processes and is able to contribute and provide support to all departments within the organization. He is collaborative and encourages innovative thinking and participation from all individuals. Mark also spearheads many of INTERSECT's community initiatives with a focus on empowerment and making technology available and accessible to everyone regardless of geographic or social circumstances. Beyond this, Mark's is a respected and passionate voice in the tech community, delivering workshops and lectures across the globe covering a wide spectrum of topics like Web Development, Infrastructure, Product Development, Workplace Culture
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Boston) | At Ellevation, we believe that diversity is an essential ingredient for success. We won the 2017 Timmy Award for Best Tech Workplace for Diversity, but we knew there was a lot more that we could still do. Over the last year, we almost doubled the number of employees working at Ellevation, and through this expansion continued to make diversity a priority.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Los Angeles) | At SnackNation we have environment in which employees are empowered to entrepreneurial in their roles, regardless of whether they’re an executive, manager, or individual contributor. All ideas are judged on their merits, and team members are encouraged to create solutions – campaigns, programs, or even whole departments – that didn’t previously exist.
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Best Tech Manager (Los Angeles) | Joey is an expert at understanding an engineer's capabilities and core drivers. Very early on he figures out what is important to a new employee. It could be autonomy, more responsibility, or a route to more compensation. Once understood he develops a clear path that person to attain or reach that goal.
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Best Tech Manager (NYC) | Jay Signorello lives out StreetEasy’s core values every day. Jay leads engineering for all New York brands including StreetEasy, Naked Apartments and Out East as the Vice President of Engineering. As the group leader on a team of 50+ employees, Jay is a great example of the StreetEasy core value “ZG is a Team Sport.” He recognizes that everyone has a role and together we are stronger and can accomplish more than we ever could as individuals.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Los Angeles) | Boingo is known for its strong Diverse Talent Scout Culture where ongoing proactive outreach strategies are front and center to keep the company’s talent pool pipeline full of potential. A strong advocate for closing the technology field’s gender gap, Boingo offers a broad range of support, programs and resources to advance women in technology.
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GrandPad Inc. is an easy-to-use tablet computer and cloud curation service made to help seniors connect and communicate with family and friends. The GrandPad experience is both secure and simple, offering the easiest way for seniors to connect with family and friends through digital technology. This tablet is designed for the absolute beginner and includes everything, right down to curated music delivered from the cloud. The icons are easy to read and content is preloaded into the device with no setup or configuration required. The tablet is connected to the cloud via 4G LTE connectivity. This device allows seniors to send voice emails, view pictures and videos, listen to music, play games, and make video calls.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Toronto) | Localcoin provides an open-space work environment that allows their employees to collaborate on ideas and work together in a free setting. With food provided every day, along with complimentary coffee and drinks to recharge, Localcoin accommodates their employees with the necessary supplies for a successful day. In addition, the directors are very hands-on with their employees, providing guidance whenever necessary as well as the freedom to pursue projects without micro-management.
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Best Tech Manager (Los Angeles) | Jordan is a dedicated people first leader who really cares and promotes internal learning and individual growth within his team. He gives back to the community in the form of large charity events as well as company beach cleans and outings that connect the team even deeper as people.
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Best Tech Startup (Chicago) | ProxyPics is the first of its kind technology in the world of real estate. Users are allowed to request a photo of a specific location, for other users to complete, for a small fee. Think of it as Uber for photos. It is not only revolutionizing the world of real estate, but people’s personal lives as well.
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Best Tech Startup (San Francisco) | Just as SoFi introduced the disruptive student loan product, they are rolling out creative ways to enable consumers to better manage their money: invest, borrow, and save.
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Best Tech Manager (Orange County) | Travis promotes career growth in his employees while also looking to help aspiring talent in other teams. He leads by example in creating and maintaining a team culture of execution and team spirit. At the same time, he drives both technical and process innovation. Through it all, Travis clearly communicates, reinforces, and executes the vision with his employees and with other functions.
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Best Tech Startup (Los Angeles) | Honey automates the process of searching for discounts online that actually work. The pain of tirelessly surfing the internet for coupons that are probably expired or don’t work anymore has never truly been addressed before from a consumer standpoint. Honey utilizes user data to figure out where these coupons are and then automatically applies them during the checkout process so that our consumers don’t have to.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (NYC) | Qrypt implements diverse hiring practices by utilizing various sources for potential talent instead of focusing on the few traditional ones. For example, in addition to LinkedIn and recruiting agencies, Qrypt is actively seeking out conferences and events related to diversity in technology for another potential source of engineering candidates.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Washington DC) | Whereoware employees are “geek chic” – combining nerd smarts and style into every design, development, and marketing project. It’s a fitting tagline. We’re playful and creative, and we get killer results. Being geek chic is simply celebrating whatever weird and wonderful hobbies, talents, and experiences make each employee unique. We’ve incorporated this mindset into our brand, company culture, and marketing initiatives.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Philadelphia) | Interactive Mechanics advocates for diversity across the organization, from their hiring practices to how they collaborate with their clients on projects. They have worked hard to make their hiring practice inclusive. The company conducts unconscious bias training on an annual basis with their entire team & utilizes a blind application review process.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Silicon Valley) | Rubrik implements diverse hiring practices by allowing managers to design their own hiring processes that best suit the teams' needs. Rubrik promotes collaboration and diverse thinking to produce and innovative product by allowing teams to explore different processes that best suit the problems they are trying to solve.
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Best Tech Startup (Los Angeles) | For the past 100 years the neurologists standard toolbox has consisted of a stethoscope, a hammer, and a tuning fork to qualitatively asses patients. By combining machining learning with robotics, Neural Analytics is poised to transform neurological care by providing low-cost and objective patient diagnostic information.
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Best Tech Startup (Orange County) | Trivver's revolutionary technology allows ad agencies, networks and advertisers to create and run ad campaigns in extended reality environments. Trivver's ad exchange serves branded content to targeted audiences in extended reality environments, by seamlessly integrating 3D models of the brands, Branded Smart Objects.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Silicon Valley) | As a global startup with the mission to lead the way into the future with smart, electric and autonomous vehicles, teams sometimes find themselves under pressure to deliver – this is why NIO makes it a priority to continue shepherding its culture through bimonthly, two-hour “team time.” NIO has more than quadrupled its staff since June 2016. Amid such rapid growth, team time provides an opportunity for employees to welcome new hires and get to know each other outside of work through activities like trivia, scavenger hunts or toy car building, which encourages creativity, teamwork and friendly competition.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Chicago) | Even though, we’d like to think we are doing ‘ok’ on the diversity front (48% girl power!), we recognize that we are FAR from perfect and there is so much more we can do. Therefore, employees initiated the creation of a Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Taskforce with sub-committees responsible for making strides in the areas of hiring, HR policy, education and awareness, office environment as well as focusing on making the products we build more accessible to ALL users!
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Best Work Culture (Orange County) | We encourage our team members to step away from their everyday work mindset and refresh and recharge by focusing on others in the community Collaboration and team building are promoted through our participation in various community service projects and fundraisers such as Habitat for Humanity and the American Cancer Society (ACS). Each office has an allocated budget and "fun committee" to plan monthly events and activities with their office coworkers and visiting remote team members.
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Best Tech Startup (Orange County) | NGD Systems aims to create the world’s first computational storage system. They are focused on bringing computation to data and in doing so, changing the economics and footprint requirements of real-time big data analytics. NGD’s advanced storage technology deploys patented In-Situ Processing technology to provide a computational storage capability that achieves unparalleled scalability for near real-time data processing.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Washington DC) | We’re a mission-driven company that brings cutting-edge technology and the latest in big data and analytics to the most challenging problems facing our military and government today. RII has invested in a brand-new, state-of-the-art office, which was featured in DC Inno’s Office Envy in late 2016. Innovation isn't just in our name, it's in our blood. Our new space includes treadmill desks, a TV lounge, built-in work booths, and a huge new engineering test lab with a 14-foot media wall.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Philadelphia) | Some might describe the GrayHair culture as “quirky”, and they would still take that as the highest compliment! They are allergic to corporate bureaucracy, and are not afraid to work hard, play hard and fall hard, then get back up again and have a few good laughs along the way.
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Best Tech Work Culture (NYC) | Pager strives to ensure that every employee has the tools and resources they need do their best work. Creating a disruptive solution to a problem as significant as changing the consumer experience in healthcare, requires a team commitment to creative and innovative thinking. To ensure that our employees are set up for success, we provide the tools and resources they need to maximize their potential.
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Best Tech Manager (Philadelphia) | James empowers the team by allowing people to make decisions, not micromanaging, and encouraging people to do their best. Collaboration is also encouraged. James speaks to each person regularly, to check on project and personal progress. He publicly expresses confidence in individual team members. Between regular team meetings and team events, James ensures that the team embraces collaboration on a regular basis.
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Best Tech Startup (San Francisco) | The Sauce Labs mission is to free organizations from the burden of testing so that developers can innovate and deliver no fail applications faster. With scrappy startup roots and passion for helping developers innovate faster, they’ve led the industry forward and have received a number of industry accolades for doing so.
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Best Tech Startup (Silicon Valley) | ZeeMee is all about giving people the freedom to do their best work. From the moment you enter the Halls of Orange, you are greeted by the bright ZeeMee industrial steel sign and the infamous gong of lore. From the candy wall for a little snackie to the giant orange bean bag for a nappy, you are getting your eat and rest on throughout the day. Though our pong game is strong, our Spike Ball game is legendary. Many a good hour has been spent on the Spike arena, aka, the parking lot. When that free lunch rolls in at noon, we huddle to rock it out on HQ. We have 4 team wins to date, amounting to a massive fortune of $33.62. We don't serve dinner or breakfast, because you need to get out of the Halls of Orange and live your life! And for the love of all that is sacred, unplug! But I digress.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Toronto) | We have built a diverse and inclusive team that has shaped the foundation of our company and culture from our very core throughout our entire organization. Diversity at Betterez represents diversity of thought, cultural background and abilities. We speak nearly 10 languages and strive to attract talented people from diverse backgrounds during our hiring process; people who represent the vast clientele that we have from around the world. Together, our employees are building and shaping the foundational core of our business through their own perspectives.
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Best Tech Manager (Orange County) | Mikko inspires a positive work culture, in which employees are encouraged to voice our ideas and cultivate a close-knit, friendly work environment. He acts as a knowledgeable resource to every employee and will help with input on projects he is not directly working on. From working through problems to discussing methodologies and project architectures, Mikko is always reliable and ready to walk through a challenge with anyone on the team.
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Best Tech Startup (Silicon Valley) |Our SaaS solutions, iQueue for Operating Rooms and iQueue for Infusion Centers create significant impact for both patients, surgeons, and cancer/infusion centers. With regards to iQueue for Operating Rooms, imagine a system similar to "Open Table" that allows surgeons to reserve or release surgical block time, thereby ensuring a hospital's operating room is effectively and efficiently used. Our iQueue for Infusion Centers SaaS is used by 30 of the top cancer centers across the US, ensuring patients are seen within 15 minutes (versus a 60-90 minute wait time, w/o our SaaS) and maximizing nursing staff and infusion chair count.
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Best Tech Workplace For Diversity (Los Angeles) | Evite fosters a best-in-class environment in which all employees can excel, regardless of gender, race or belief. While Evite does not set a specific quota for the diversity mix for any team or the company overall, Evite's hiring process strives to find the best candidate possible and that is achieved by its unique hiring criteria. Candidates are evaluated based on three core measures: required capabilities, energy accretive and real output. By looking at each candidate holistically, Evite boasts a leadership team comprised of 54% women, and across the organization, women account for 55% of all employees. Diversity and inclusion play a critical role in employee development. Whether it be through our monthly "Lunch and Learn" highlighting International Women’s Day, guest speakers from various backgrounds or a men's bake off, embracing and celebrating diversity is a key reason for Evite's growth.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (San Francisco) |One of MyVest’s key tenets is “People Matter,” something they take very seriously. MyVestors, as they affectionately refer to their team members, are so much more than just organizational resources — they’re an indispensable part of their success. And they are incredibly proud of the “virtuous cycle” they have created here at MyVest, in which their naturally diverse workforce continually attracts an equally diverse talent pool.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Toronto) | Diversity is a goal Rubikloud prides itself on achieving; our senior leadership team sets an example by achieving a 50% women executive ratio and spans diverse backgrounds and experience. Our diverse teams fill different gaps in different ways - when we find the right “fit” we have to have that person because of who they are and what they bring to the table in regards to skills, experience, fit, talent, stamina, etc. It’s Rubikloud’s belief that, when building a team of the “collective best” people to create a high potential team, then diversity has to be integral to that strategy to fill all the gaps by thinkers who together, use all sides of the brain and bring diverse backgrounds & life experiences that inform their perspectives.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Toronto) | "Sensibill believes we are stronger as individuals and as a company when we work together in an environment that is inclusive and respectful of all our differences. We welcome the range of viewpoints and perspectives expressed by a diverse group of individuals, which in turn leads to collaboration in building an excellent product for our clients." - Mission Statement, Sensibill Diversity Policy. Want to learn more? Hear from some of our Sensibillians.
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Best Tech Manager (Orange County) | Bill Cunningham always takes time to listen to his employee’s ideas, questions and concerns. He is always looking for ways to support and develop his team. He shows a great deal of compassion and is always asking what he can do to help. At the end of the day, Bill has managed to perfectly balance his roles and become a business partner, mentor, and friend to all.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Los Angeles) | The team is diverse, with more than half of the team comprised of female employees, and many other team members hailing from different cultures and backgrounds and countries around the world. This unique mix of people has given Sidebench a completely unique identity that adds to their collective genius and overall methodologies.
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Best Tech Startup (San Francisco) | HomeLight was created in 2012 by its founder after having a terrible buying experience in the Bay Area. He realized there was a need to streamline and optimize what is for some the biggest investment they will make in their lives, buying a home. The company doubled in size in 2014 and is continuing to grow.
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Best Tech Manager (Boston) | Eric joined Ellevation co-founders Teddy and Jordan right at the beginning in 2012 as the VP of Engineering. Over the last 6 years, he’s worked diligently to build a strong, diverse and collaborative team that designs and creates products that enable English Language Learners to achieve their highest aspirations.
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Best Tech Manager (Chicago) | Sam oversees the entire Production department at Jellyvision: 53 people. Not only does she inspire those 53 people to do the nigh impossible, year after year, but she’s made it her goal to help them climb the ranks of the department, from Production Associate to Production Specialist, from Senior Production Specialist to Production Manager. Sam leads her reports to build great software, and she builds up her reports to lead great careers.
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Best Tech Manager (Toronto) | Dave promotes career growth within his team by allowing members of his team to take turns hosting weekly lunch and learns to the organization. The goals of these lunch and learns vary from demonstrating what specific employees are working to providing visibility to the organization. They also serve as a way to expose his team members to potential areas of interest they may not have known much about. He is very involved in encouraging his team to take courses and attend workshops outside of the office that can strengthen their skills as leaders themselves and push them out of their comfort zones to learn new skills. He empowers his team on a daily basis by always making sure the company vision and strategy is well articulated while not micromanaging or becoming stressed when under pressure.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Washington DC) | Social Tables is proud to exemplify its core value: Every Day is a School Day! We believe the key to innovation and a meaningful career experience is the opportunity to continuously grow and develop. Since we are only as strong as the team we build and the products we create, we have built an environment that encourages and rewards ongoing opportunities and flexibility to ensure the creative juices keep flowing and skills and talents evolve.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Silicon Valley) |A healthy and diverse workplace starts with a strong culture. At Drobo, we learned the hard way that when you don’t put culture first, the whole company suffers. For this reason, we implemented five core values that drive how we work. These core values are Customer-Centricity; Passion and Pride; Do More with Less; Ownership & Delivering Results; and Teamwork & Family Spirit. Over 10 years ago, we were the classic Silicon Valley company that had a culture of working too hard, being brash, and not treating our employees well. We experienced first hand how toxic our culture was when we had to be split off from our parent company. That turnaround story is still being written, but at the core of it, is how our the core values came about. The cultural shift started with Drobo’s CEO, Mihir Shah.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Chicago) | The cleverbridge executive and management team designed a culture of empowerment which built off the successful organizational values, attitudes and ground rules that have been in place since the founding of the company.
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Best Tech Startup (Toronto) | Corl is committed to becoming one of the world’s most prolific and profitable revenue sharing companies. Upon successful completion of the token sale, CORL will become one of the only tokens that enables investors to participate in the growth of emerging technology companies, without the constraints associated with traditional financing. By leveraging automation and advanced risk management practices, Corl will be a catalyst for small business expansion and contribute to the growth of the global technology ecosystem.
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Best Tech Manager (Washington DC) | After being named CIO in 2015, Amy Doherty focused on continuing the evolution of IT into a value creator and innovator within AARP. She has creatively built bonds and lines of communications with the ITS team through regular meetings to better understand how things are progressing. Shortly after, delivery of projects were up ninety-six percent and there were thirty-four percent fewer outages.
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Best Tech Startup (Orange County) | Blast makes hard things easy and boring things fun by helping gamers micro-earn and micro-save money in the background of their favorite games. Blast has brought the gaming community closer to the company's goal of educating and accelerating savings for everyone – simply by doing what they already love to do! Blast’s goal is to make savings so exciting and rewarding that more people will be encouraged to start saving early.
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Best Workplace for Diversity (NYC) | Amplicare is a leading decision-automation healthcare platform that intelligently identifies relevant opportunities for healthcare providers to proactively improve patient care. Driven by the need to overcome healthcare obstacles, Amplicare is responsible for innovating the Medicare industry over the years.
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Best Workplace for Diversity (Orange County) | At Restaurant365, we leave all channels open for the recruiting process regardless of ethnic background and, ultimately, hiring decisions are determined by skill set and qualifications.Our human resources department actively works to create an workplace that promotes a personal and self-building environment. We do lots of different company events from luncheons to team building opportunities to prizes and giveaways … if you’re a self-starter at Restaurant365, you’ll succeed.
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Best Tech Work Culture (San Francisco) | Sauce Labs customer-centric mentality is the unifying force that defines who they are, what they strive to be, and how they aim to exceed customer expectations. At Sauce Labs, ideas from employees -- regardless of level -- aren’t just heard, but taken into consideration and implemented company-wide to ensure the company remains driven first and foremost by customer success.
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Best Tech Manager (Silicon Valley) | Steve is not your typical NASA scientist. He's been my only division chief in my three years at NASA and he's only improved. He holds regular meetings wherein he informs us about mission goals, directives from NASA HQ in Washington, DC, and where he listens to us. He encourages us to talk to him about our issues and he's dealt with everything from issues funding proposed research projects to the state of the nasty bathroom on the third floor of this building that's never been cleaned. He sat with me recently as he explained that he knew I ran a blog and could write well, so would I be interested in writing longer, Nat-Geo type stories about our work at the center? He thought our social media presence wasn't enough and that there's so much more to share with the public about what NASA is up to. I agree, and he gave me full reign to write from the heart and he promised to be involved with that project. He's organizing his contacts with major magazines & news sources to get our work out there. In an attempt to get the larger workforce as excited about outreach as he is, he started a "scientist of the month" nomination on the NASA Ames SS division website - our website - and he volunteered to go first.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Silicon Valley) | At Shopkick, employees from all teams have potential to be extraordinary. Upon that foundation we’ve built a culture of innovation, encouraging participation and boosting creative confidence. We’ve made it a priority to foster an environment where our employees come to work knowing they can make an impact. “One team, one dream,” a phrase our employees hear frequently in meetings or see written in emails is one that encapsulates our outlook on innovation.
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Best Tech Manager (Washington DC) | Career Growth is personal. Rochelle takes an active interest in all employees personal development and encourages them to embrace their own career development. She individually works with employees on becoming better at enhancing their strengths and skills. Rochelle advocates for our employees to apply to any position within the organization. She uses it as an opportunity to understand their interests while providing them with adequate coaching and feedback. She believes in the importance of developing employees so they can be successful both at and beyond mHelpDesk.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Toronto) | Top Hat strives to create and maintain a workplace that captures, shares and acts upon learning. For example, high-impact continuous learning is part of the corporate culture where the company invests in training to solidify and certify new skills and add still more to its employees’ toolboxes. Workspaces at Top Hat encourage collaborative learning amongst everyone from interns up to C-suite execs, to enable planned collaboration and serendipitous collisions. Because the company comprises smart, engaged continuous learners, employees are full of ideas about how to make teams work better, and they are given the latitude to enact them.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Philadelphia) | As an experience design firm, Think Company works hard to design a great employee experience and overall culture for everyone on the team—including their technology discipline. Their Technology leaders intentionally address creativity, innovation, learning, and rewarding a job well done among other initiatives.
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Best Tech Manager (Boston) | Gina's greatest strength as Chief of Product for Ovia Health is that she knows the women and families who use our apps better than anyone. When Ovia launched its first app, Ovia Fertility, Gina spent countless hours and days interviewing women who were pregnant or trying to conceive. Women in her life, women in her friends' lives, women who were brave enough to answer a Craigslist ad: if you were pregnant or trying to get pregnant in the Greater Boston Area at that time, chances are, you talked to Gina. This is because the business of women's health is so personal to her: she cares deeply about supporting women and families at home, in the workplace, and beyond. She's a user of Ovia's three apps herself, using Ovia Fertility, Ovia Pregnancy, and Ovia Parenting on her own path to parenthood with her two daughters, Hazel and Quentin.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Boston) | Mendix developed a digital maturity assessment to guide their customers though a session that makes it easier to identify what applications they would like to build using the Mendix low-code platform. They consider all aspects of the team and organization with what they call the 4"ps" - people, process, platform and portfolio of applications.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Silicon Valley) | At TIBCO, we know the ability to continually develop innovative solutions plays a big role with success, because in our industry, remaining static will get you left behind. To encourage continuous innovation, employee contributions are frequently acknowledged at company-wide meetings. From filing a new patent or simply going above and beyond with a project, employees’ efforts are always recognized and supported.
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Best Tech Startup (Philadelphia) | MVP Interactive is a team-first organization which has allowed them to remain nimble while taking on large projects and ultimately keeping customer satisfaction paramount. The company has broken through the divide of what sporting fans, teams, and brands are known to experience. By using cutting-edge technology, such as virtual reality, augmented reality, and facial recognition, MVPI is helping sports stadiums and teams as well as sponsoring brands better engage and market to their consumers.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Los Angeles) | Our diversity is the foundation for a dynamic company culture that brings creativity and rigor to every new challenge, and we have worked to develop equality of opportunity through our cultural foundations and organizational structure.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Philadelphia) | The entire team at Guru consists of people from all walks of life: some people who were in bootcamps, some people who have a degree in CS, and others who are self taught, and everyone brings something to the table that is different. The company is able to use new and modern technologies within reason and when the entire team has agreed upon the usage.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Los Angeles) | We want employees who are self-starters and collaborators with the ability to make a business impact quickly and take the initiative to chart out their own career path. We have endless opportunities for diverse candidates as we create a company that it is at the unique intersection of commerce, content and community.
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Best Tech Startup (Chicago) | NowPow is a women-owned and led technology company headquartered in Chicago's South Side. Our platform identifies social determinant needs, generates highly-matched referrals, shares these referrals with community partners, and tracks each referral status to close the loop on care. We are proud to provide tools that empower care providers to connect patients to highly-matched community resources that help them address their chronic health and social conditions.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Toronto) | One of the top qualities that every employee at ACTO possesses, without a doubt, is the desire to learn. Every employee is encouraged to find ways to develop and grow within their roles, as well as share their vision of what success means to them, so that the company can identify paths, facilitate and empower them to reach their goals. As an organization in the unique space of technology and the life sciences industry, ACTO provides a space for employees to learn and grow steadily. In this environment, employees feel welcomed, engaged, and inspired to be their best selves.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Philadelphia) | The growing team at Vea fitness maintains a diverse ethnic background. They have always been open to diverse hiring processes and believe that keeping a balance to the team structure helps them succeed in many ways. The team recognizes that all of their various beliefs and practices in and outside of the workplace helps them to work close with one another and bridge the gap.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Washington DC) | We strive to embed Diversity & Inclusion focused best practices into workflows across our organization. We believe this strategic outlook yields better hiring outcomes and inclusion effectiveness. Specific to hiring, our Recruiting Operations team personally vets all job descriptions to make sure they do not contain bias language or require unnecessary skills or credentials that don’t directly pertain to success in the role. Next, we have set and received executive buy-in for hiring aspirations for our technical division. Our hiring metrics are focused on 3 key areas in the hiring process: sourcing, interviewing and offer rates with an emphasis on gender minorities and race/ethnic minorities.
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