HubSpot Named #1 at BBJ's Best Places to Work

by Laura Moran

Date

Jun 19, 2015 9:55:00 AM

We’re excited and proud to announce that HubSpot received top honors at the 2015 Best Places to Work award ceremony hosted by the Boston Business Journal last night. HubSpot was named the #1 large company (250-999 people) to work at in Boston.

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The BBJ hosted its 13th annual event at the Citi Performing Arts Center honoring the best that Boston has to offer across all industries. Each year, hundreds of companies and thousands of employees participate in the BBJ’s Best Places to Work survey and awards. This year's employers were divided among five different categories — extra small, small, medium, large and extra large — and winners were selected based on survey responses provided by employees. The BBJ's Best Places to Work surveys and the subsequent scoring of responses were provided in partnership with Quantum Workplace.

“Boston is home to so many fantastic companies and HubSpot is incredibly proud to be a part of the community. Since we first began, we have set out to build a company with a strong culture that not only attracts great talent, but fosters an environment where our employees enjoy coming to work everyday and want to build their careers. We are hoping to create a generational tech company that our kids (current and future) are proud of,” said Jim O’Neill, HubSpot’s Chief People Officer. “I’m so proud and thankful that HubSpot was honored by those employees and the Boston Business Journal as one of the best companies to work for in 2015.”

Earlier this week O’Neill was also named as CIO of the Year by the Boston Business Journal. O’Neill served as HubSpot’s CIO from 2007 through April 2015 when he transitioned to become the company’s first Chief People Officer.

Written by Laura Moran

Laura Moran is the Media Relations Manager at HubSpot. In addition to all things marketing, she loves cooking, DIY projects, reality television and skiing.

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