Employee Survey Results Lead to First Place in Extra-Small Company Category for “Best Place to Work”
Boston –June 23, 2015 – Seismic, the leading end-to-end sales enablement solution, has been named one of the “Best Places to Work” by the Boston Business Journal. Seismic was ranked number one in the “extra-small company” category.
“Being recognized as one of the Best Places to Work in Boston is an incredible honor and a testimonial to Seismic’s culture, which encourages collaboration, innovation and respect,” said Ed Calnan, President and co-founder, Seismic. “As we continue to grow, our employees remain the most important driver of our growth and success.”
This survey and awards program was designed to identify, recognize, and honor the best employers in Boston that are benefiting greater Boston’s economy, workforce, and businesses. The list of finalists is made up of 80 companies split into five categories: 20 extra small-sized companies (20-49 employees), 20 small-sized companies (50-99 employees), 20 medium-sized companies (100-249 employees), 10 large-sized companies (250-999 employees) and 10 extra-large sized companies (1,000-99,999 employees).
Employees from hundreds of Boston companies participated in an independent, third-party survey, ranking their companies on topics including work culture, management practices, relationships with co-workers and supervisors and company pride. According to survey results, 100% of Seismic’s Boston employees report that they have sufficient access to vital learning and development opportunities, are engaged in the workplace, and feel valued by the overall organization and leadership.
Seismic is the leading end-to-end sales enablement solution that increases sales productivity and marketing effectiveness by delivering the right content at the right time on any device. By creating, customizing and analyzing sales materials with Seismic, our customers dramatically increase time spent selling and improve win rates. With offices in San Diego and Boston, Seismic is privately held by its three-time serial entrepreneur executive team and leading venture capital firms JMI Equity and Sigma West.