Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (San Francisco) | Sauce Labs believes that diversity and inclusion are central to a performant and healthy organizational culture. They welcome differences and embrace individuality. They are committed to a culture that not only allows their team members to be who they are, but one that also celebrates them.
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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 (San Francisco) | Mapbox strives to embed Diversity & Inclusion focused best practices into workflows across their organization. They believe this strategic outlook yields better hiring outcomes and inclusion effectiveness.
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Best Tech Manager (Philadelphia) | Mitko has created an environment in which everyone is free to use their imagination to come up with strategies and figure out how they want to do things. He encourages everyone to look at the big picture, not just focus on one application, but how upcoming projects will be tested. He promotes experimentation, trying new things, and even failing, as part of the job.
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Best Tech Startup (San Francisco) | KeepTruckin began by offering truck drivers and fleet managers a free electronic logbook app to replace outdated and inconsistent industry standard paper logs. Now, KeepTruckin offers a full suite of tech solutions that work together to help fleets work more efficiently and safely while increasing profits.
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