Here at HubSpot, we double down on employee experience. Whether it’s a culture of autonomy or the commitment to build a respectful and inclusive workplace, HubSpot hires remarkable people and equips them with the tools they need to be successful. We even keep track of our culture in our 128-slide Culture Code (which has garnered over 2.8M views on SlideShare).
Today, HubSpot is honored to be named the Boston Business Journal’s #1 Best Places to Work in the Large Companies category (250-999 employees in MA). The award, announced last night at Boston’s beautiful Symphony Hall, is the sixth time HubSpot has ranked on the BBJ’s Best Places to Work list and the second consecutive year at the #1 spot.
"We feel incredibly fortunate to be celebrating HubSpot's tenth birthday this year, and this award is icing on the cake,” said Katie Burke, HubSpot VP of Culture and Experience. “We are proud to be both a Boston company and a company where our employees are proud to work, and look forward to helping many more customers, companies, and employees grow in the ten years to come. We are tremendously grateful to the BBJ for this great honor and as always to our employees for making HubSpot a dynamic, inclusive, and fun place to work every day."
Some of the benefits of working at HubSpot include tuition reimbursement, maternity and paternity leave for new parents (as well as a mother’s room), a free books program, unlimited vacation and work-from-home, a dog-friendly office space, a fully-staffed coffee bar with cold brew coffee and tea on tap, plenty of open space for collaborative work, and a kitchen fully stocked with healthy snack options like cereal, fruit, vegetables, and much more.
Winners and rankings for the BBJ’s Best Places to Work list is determined by Quantum Workplace, which conducted an online survey of employees from each company. Participants are asked to rate their workplaces based on factors like work-life balance, job satisfaction, advancement opportunities, management, compensation, and benefits.