Built In Best Places to Work: Workbar recognized as “Best Startups to Work For Boston”
Workbar is honored to receive Built In Boston’s annual “Best Places to Work” award to kick off 2023.
Built In’s annual Best Places to Work award recognizes top employers across the country, including companies of all sizes, from startups to enterprises, and honors remote organizations as well as the biggest names in tech. Workbar was recognized as Boston’s Best Startups to Work For.
How Workbar was named a Best Place to Work
Built In Boston determines the winners of Best Places to Work based on an algorithm that takes into account compensation, benefits, and companywide programming, including remote and flexible work opportunities, programs for DEI, and more.
“I’d like to extend our sincerest congratulations to the 2023 Best Places to Work winners,” says Sheridan Orr, Chief Marketing Officer, Built In.
“I can’t overstate how inspiring it is to see the thousands of companies that have created and maintained truly human-centered cultures. At Built In, we define a ‘Best Place to Work’ as a company of any size or sector that shows a profound commitment to meeting their people’s needs and preferences. That quality certainly shines through for every company on our winners’ lists, and we’re honored to recognize them.”
Let’s change the future of work, together
We’re honored to be recognized by Built In Boston’s as a Best Place to Work. Workbar has been building the future of work for over ten years, and Greater Boston companies — from startups to Fortune 500 companies — use our beautiful and productive workspaces to do their best work across the Boston region.
“At Workbar, we strive to create an inclusive, healthy environment with work experiences that empower our teammates to maximize their potential,” says Sarah Travers, CEO, Workbar.
“We couldn’t do what we do without our amazing team who work with passion and dedication to champion our company and live our mission and values to create a better way to work for modern companies on a daily basis.”