It’s no secret: here at HubSpot, we’re on a mission to create a great workplace. A great workplace attracts great people who in turn deliver an amazing experience to customers.

That’s why we’re thrilled to announce that today, HubSpot has been named 2016's #2 Best Workplace in Technology by Fortune Magazine and Great Place to Work. The list, which relies on Great Place to Work’s Trust Index© Employee Survey, is calculated based on the reviews of over 48,000 employees across 155 companies.

“We are incredibly lucky to have HubSpotters worldwide who truly represent ‘HEART’: Humble, Effective, Adaptable, Remarkable, and Transparent,” said Jim O’Neill, HubSpot’s Chief People Officer. “Behind every great technology company stands an amazing team, and we are fortunate to have so many team members who make HubSpot a best place to work, today and every day.”

HubSpot has introduced a number of wellness offerings to support employee health and happiness. HubSpotters are free to set their own schedules thanks to the unlimited vacation and work-from-home policies, given up to $5,000 in tuition reimbursement for adult education, and given free access to HubSpot’s in-house gym to stay fit and healthy.

“Beyond benefits, an important part of a building a great place to work in technology is actually working with great technology,” said HubSpot Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer Dharmesh Shah. “We invest heavily in our product infrastructure and development culture so that engineers have full autonomy over their work and can quickly see the impact of their code.”  

The Best Workplaces in Technology ranking is one of a series by Great Place to Work and Fortune. HubSpot has placed on several past lists, including Best Small & Medium Workplace, Best Workplaces for Camaraderie, and Best Workplace for Women.

Companies named for the Best Workplaces for Technology list were selected from a list of 155 nominated businesses. More than 48,000 employees from these companies were randomly selected to complete Great Place to Work’s Trust Index© Employee Survey. The survey asked questions covering career development, risk-taking, work-life balance, rewards (financial and otherwise), transparency, business vision, camaraderie, and other factors. The total score and ranking are then based entirely off of this feedback, and achieve a 95 percent confidence level.

Check out HubSpot’s page on the full list of Best Workplaces in Technology, or learn about open positions at (yes, we’re hiring!)

Originally published Jan 26, 2016 7:00:00 AM, updated January 26 2016